As a fixture in North Carolina’s family law community, attorney Jonathan Breeden frequently provides legal insight to various local and national media outlets. With domestic law topics ranging from divorce, separation, child custody, and adoption, many of Jonathan’s media contributions are excellent resources for anyone going through family law issues.
Family Law Attorney, Jonathan Breeden, was quoted in a Debt.org article entitled, “Financial Assistance for Domestic Violence & Financial Abuse Survivors.”
After making the difficult decision to leave, he pointed out that survivors can reach out to domestic violence shelters for housing and other services. Mr. Breeden also mentioned that an attorney could be helpful since they can share what your legal rights would be in a particular abusive situation.
Attorney Jonathan Breeden shared his insight on how couples can maintain marital bliss in Giddy’s article, “Divorce Lawyers Weigh In on What Makes a Happy Marriage.”
He mentioned that different religious perspectives could cause challenges in a relationship, particularly when raising children.
Jonathan Breeden was quoted in an MSN article titled, “Here’s why millennials are drawing up their wills.”
He shared that individuals in this age group have recognized the importance of a living will since they want a say in their end-of-life medical care.
Jonathan highlighted a few accessible support options for women who may be experiencing domestic violence in MoneyGeek’s article, “Finding Courage and Hope: Financial Support for Women Experiencing Domestic Violence.”
He listed domestic violence shelters, protective orders, and social welfare programs as viable choices. He also provided context on why finances are one of the biggest barriers to leaving a domestic abuse situation.
How do you financially care for your parents when the roles are reversed? When is the right time to intervene? How should I discuss this with my parents? These questions and more can be challenging to face.
Attorney Jonathan Breeden shared legal insight that will help adult kids easily manage their elderly parents’ finances on MoneyGeek in the article entitled “Protecting Your Parents’ Finances: An Action Plan for Caring for Your Aging Parents’ Money.”
It’s unfortunate but there are instances when it’s best for a grandparent to raise their grandchildren. Yet even when a grandparent chooses to do this, there are many legal, financial, and logistical issues that arise.
Attorney Jonathan Breeden shares practical legal insight for grandparents in the MassMutual article entitled, “Grandparents Raising Grandchildren: Challenges and Solutions.”
It’s general knowledge that divorce has a huge impact on your mental health. However, most people forget that the process also affects their finances.
In the MoneyGeek article, “Divorce Laws Made Understandable State-by-State Divorce Rules and How Much You’ll Pay or Receive in Support,” Jonathan outlines a few financial mistakes to avoid and the cost of divorce in specific situations, such as a collaborative divorce.
It’s clear that there are varying opinions about cannabis use. Yet the legality of it is strictly based on what state legislature says.
Attorney Jonathan Breeden recently spoke with The News Station and shared how cannabis use affects an individual navigating a divorce in the article entitled, “How Cannabis Use Can Impact Divorce Proceedings.”
Jonathan Breeden was quoted in an article titled, “Can Your Pediatrician Call Child Services Over CBD?” by The News Station reporter, Diana Krach.
He shared the best approach for parents to have in cases like this.
Financial planning for the LGBTQ+ community can be complicated in 2021. As a result, MoneyGeek highlighted six practical tips that queer couples could use in the article entitled, “6 Tips to Help LGBTQ Partners Plan Their Estate.”
Attorney Jonathan Breeden specifically shared that it’s important to explore life insurance options and begin paying for coverage as soon as possible.