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Nicole H. Sodoma
Attorney Nicole H. Sodoma is the founder of Sodoma Law, P.C., based in Charlotte. She has been in practice for over a decade, concentrating on Family Law, and opened Sodoma Law in 2008. Other areas of practice for the firm include Assisted Reproductive Technology, Estate Planning, Business Law, and Bankruptcy. Sodoma Law is located in Charlotte’s historic Walter Brem House, and has a second location in Ballantyne.

The majority of Ms. Sodoma’s cases focus on separation, divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, and equitable distribution, as well as prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Through A.R.T. at Sodoma Law, the Assisted Reproductive Technology practice, she focuses on surrogacy and donor agreements, pre-birth orders, adoptions, and parenting plans for both traditional and non-traditional families. She is also a certified Parenting Coordinator, helping parents in high conflict custody cases to better co-parent and resolve disagreements.

Ms. Sodoma is very involved in the Mecklenburg County Domestic Court Bar Committee. This committee consists of lawyers, judges, clerks, trial administrators, and mediators who work together to make changes to the 26th Judicial District Family Court Local Rules, scheduling matters, and other issues directly related to Family Law in Mecklenburg County. She is also on three separate sub-committees supporting the Domestic Court Bar Committee.

In addition, she frequently organizes, participates in, and speaks at live seminars on the topics of child custody, child support, spousal support, equitable distribution, and domestic violence. Recently, Ms. Sodoma spoke nationally on the topic of Assisted Reproductive Technology.

A graduate of Cumberland School of Law, Samford University, Ms. Sodoma has been recognized among Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite, Top Attorneys in North Carolina, Super Lawyers Magazine Super Lawyers, and Charlotte Magazine’s Top Attorneys, among other awards and honors. In November of 2012, the Charlotte Business Journal recognized Sodoma Law as one of Charlotte’s best places to work.

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Entries by Nicole H. Sodoma

Marriage Equality -- You Might Have to Leave Home Without It

(8) Comments | Posted January 6, 2015 | 1:21 PM

This post was co-authored by attorney Edward Garrett

With the recent gains in marriage equality in numerous states around the U.S., many same-sex couples will return home from holiday travel with the confidence of knowing they now have the right to get married in their home state...

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The Balance of the Sexes in Divorce: Gender Differences and Parity

(0) Comments | Posted July 24, 2014 | 2:46 PM

Regularly, I am asked the question of whether our firm, Sodoma Law, represents more men or more women in divorce, support and custody cases. When the questioner finds that Sodoma Law represents the genders almost equally, the questions that follow tend to address the common stereotypes and misperceptions -- particularly...

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Parenting Coordinators: Helping Parents Through High-Conflict Custody Cases

(5) Comments | Posted May 8, 2014 | 2:10 PM

If you ask people going through a separation, divorce or litigation to describe the nature of the situation between themselves and their ex-spouse or ex-partner, most would probably agree with the label of "high-conflict." This is especially the case when children are involved. What was once a family unit is...

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Facing Divorce? Top 5 Things Same-Sex Couples With Children Need to Know

(0) Comments | Posted February 20, 2014 | 2:40 PM

*Co-authored by Nadia A. Margherio, Attorney, Sodoma Law, P.C.

Has your spouse or partner recently asked for a separation or divorce? Are you contemplating a divorce and just don't know what to do or where to turn? Are you worried about how your decision will impact your children? Knowledge is...

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Achieving Work-Life Balance After Divorce

(1) Comments | Posted December 5, 2013 | 8:09 AM


You've completed the divorce process. A parenting schedule is in place, the two households are set up, finances are arranged. Both you and your former spouse are working outside the home; this may or may not have been the case before the split,...

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Holiday Parenting Schedule: Make a List and Check It Twice

(1) Comments | Posted October 25, 2013 | 4:56 PM

School's back in session. Halloween and its tricks and treats are coming up fast. Next up: the highly anticipated holiday season! When many of us think of the holidays, images of a big turkey dinner with all of the fixings, or a family sitting around the fireplace opening presents, come...

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Back to School: Learning to Share Is Not Just for Kids

(8) Comments | Posted August 1, 2013 | 4:24 PM

We all know the importance of educating our children, but what about educating ourselves to be better parents? This is especially important in the case of divorced parents. Divorce is difficult enough on children without the parents behaving, well, like children. Here are some tips for school-related issues that can...

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