Our Staff


Paul Lucey

Associate Attorney

Paul Lucey brings more than thirty years of civil litigation experience and a passion for seeing families through difficult times to his role at Breeden Law.

Naturally empathetic, Paul draws on both his own experience with divorce and his extensive background in civil litigation as he represents Breeden Law clients. He brings the skill and strategy needed to represent each client effectively, but he never forgets that every case involves a family.

Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Massachusetts, Paul has lived in North Carolina for most of the last fifteen years, and he currently resides in Durham. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Cornell Law School, where he served on Cornell Law Review.

When he is not at work, Paul enjoys spending time with his adult children and his girlfriend, playing basketball and chess, reading about baseball, and watching football. He is a voracious reader and enjoys history and biographies in particular

Tiffany Stutts

Administrative Assistant

Tiffany Stutts brings a can do attitude and a formidable skill set to her work at Breeden Law.

With experience in both legal and medical offices, Tiffany understands how important it is for clients to feel supported when they call our office. She takes a lot of pride in providing excellent service to every client.

Tiffany is a graduate of Johnston Community College, and when she isn’t manning the front desk or helping to make sure that consultations run efficiently, Tiffany enjoys spending time with her family and her two dogs, Mocha and Titan. She also loves watching football, rooting for the Tar Heels, traveling to the beach and to the mountains, and going to the gym.

Beth Breeden

Whether she is at the office or at home, helping people reach their potential is the work that Beth really loves.

She sees her role at Breeden Law as working behind the scenes so that our staff members have the tools that they need to deliver a positive client experience and a great value from the first phone call through the conclusion of each case.

  • A former Wake County high school social studies teacher who moved to North Carolina for school and never left, Beth loves to travel and roots hard for the Duke Blue Devils.
  • When she isn’t at the office, Beth enjoys homeschooling her children, reading, writing, photography, and hanging out with the family’s Australian labradoodle, Merlin.

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