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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.

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How to Financially Plan for a Divorce

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.

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6 Estate Planning Tips for LGBTQ+ Partners

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.

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How to Communicate with a Narcissistic Ex about Co-Parenting

Jonathan Breeden was quoted in an article titled, “Any tips for communicating with my narcissistic ex about co-parenting?”

He mentioned three(3) practical ideas that a parent can implement when they find themselves in this particularly challenging co-parenting context.

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How to Talk to Your Parents About Estate Planning

Estate planning is necessary but suggesting it to your parents can be a hard conversation.

Jonathan points out the importance of this process, especially if an individual has been married multiple times, in an article by Terri Williams, a personal finance writer at The Balance.

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Jonathan Breeden featured in Thrive Global article about divorce

The Authority Magazine article that featured Jonathan Breeden, a North Carolina family attorney, was also published by Thrive Global.

This syndicated post was titled, “Jonathan Breeden: “Make a realistic budget” and included his five(5) tips to survive and thrive after a divorce.

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How to Talk to your Kids About Divorce

Letting kids know about a divorce can be challenging! Jonathan Breeden, along with a few attorneys and mental health professionals, shared tips on how parents can manage this tough situation.

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A Guide to the Different Types of Divorce

Jeremy Brown of Fatherly included Jonathan’s legal insight on the different types of divorce in an article titled, “Uncontested? Contested? No Fault? A Guide to the Different Types of Divorce.”

The review shows how complex divorce is, explains the most common types of divorce, and provides important details that are useful to anyone who’d like to know more.

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5 Things You Need To Know To Survive And Thrive After A Divorce

Jonathan, founding attorney at Breeden Law Office in North Carolina, was featured in an Authority Magazine article titled, “Attorney Jonathan Breeden: 5 Things You Need To Know To Survive And Thrive After A Divorce.”

The interview is an intriguing discussion about the common mistakes individuals make after they go through a divorce plus advice anyone can follow to survive after the process is complete.

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12 Reasons You Should Have A Will Sooner Than You Think

In a recent Cheapism article, Jonathan Breeden was quoted alongside other estate planning professionals who shared why a will is important. He mentioned that a will provides directions to your surviving relatives about the end-of-life medical care you’d want in the case of a tragic event.

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What to Say to A Friend Going Through a Divorce

Jonathan shared five(5) helpful ways to support a friend who is going through a divorce in this UpJourney article. He mentioned that the best way to start includes acknowledging how tough it is to be vulnerable about the situation, and encouraging your friend to get everything in writing.

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Divorce In North Carolina: What You Need To Know

A book by Jonathan Breeden