Johnston County, NC, was formed in 1746 and houses 11 towns: Clayton, Smithfield, Selma, Benson, Archer Lodge, Kenly, Four Oaks, Pine Level, Princeton, Wilson’s Mills, and Micro. For over 20 years, Johnston County family lawyer Jonathan Breeden has helped many clients throughout the area.
Breeden Law is well-versed in the myriad aspects of family law as well as criminal defense and administrative services. Jonathan can offer a wealth of knowledge to clients in the following areas:
- Adoption: Let a knowledgeable adoption attorney guide you through the legal aspects of adoption so that all you have to do is get ready to welcome your child home.
- Child custody and child support: Arranging child support and custody matters can make parents tense and emotional. An experienced family law attorney can handle these matters to help you keep you cool.
- Divorce and marriage law: Whether you’re in need of a prenuptial agreement, or you have made the difficult decision to end your marriage, an attorney with an extensive background in divorce and marriage law can help with your situation.
- Domestic violence: If you are a victim of an abusive relationship, or you have been wrongly accused of committing domestic violence, you may want to hire a capable attorney who will fight for your rights.
- Criminal defense: If you have been charged with a criminal offense, you could be facing large fines and even jail time. Contacting an accomplished criminal defense attorney will ensure you have someone on your side to make sure you receive the best possible outcome for your case.
- Family law resources: Family courts can be confusing and intimidating. A family law attorney with years of experience can help you navigate the court system in your county as well as several surrounding counties.
- Legal guardianship: Becoming a legal guardian is a bit of a process, and you may find it difficult to understand what you need to do. It may be the time to hire an attorney experienced in legal guardianship matters to ensure you follow the correct legal procedure.
- Wills: You want to be able to take care of your loved ones even when you are no longer there. Have your will drawn up by a trusted attorney gives you peace of mind that your family will always be protected.
A Johnston County Family Law Attorney May Help
If you are located in Johnston County and you need an attorney, you should find someone local who can best protect your rights. Since 2000, attorney and North Carolina native Jonathan Breeden has been helping residents in many different towns in his home state. He has over 20 years of experience with the local laws, so he has an excellent understanding of how the different local court systems work. Call Breeden Law Offices today at (919) 661-4970 or contact us online to find out how one of our Johnston County family law attorneys can help.