Sodoma Law has expanded their horizons to three counties and two states, the most recent location being Sodoma Law York. Robin Lalley, the lead attorney for Sodoma Law York, and several other team members are now providing their services to Rock Hill and the...read more
Sodoma Law celebrates the opening of its fifth location in York County. Sodoma Law York is now open in the Rock Hill area, proudly serving North and South Carolina.read more
Co-Parenting as LGBTQ parents poses just as many obstacles as regular co-parenting, especially when school is back in session. Preparing your own "parenting backpack" ahead of time can make the school year and scheduling less of a hassle.read more
There is no exact time frame for seeking legal assistance, but like most things, the sooner the better is a good, general approach. Robin's advice for this Charlotte Five article.read more
Reading Playboy for the Articles: Is Estate Planning Your Estranged Spouse’s Ultimate and Final Controlling Act?
Estate Planning attorney David DuFault and board certified family law specialist Patra Sinner talk about Hugh Hefner’s estate planning in this new article.read more
Many dads beginning a child custody case nervously ask if gender matters to the court. We’re here to debunk the myth that primary custody is just for moms.read more
Patra Sinner’s past experiences as a high school teacher and an honorary “engineer” at a pharmaceutical plant have certainly laid the foundation for the success she has brought to her family law practice and ultimately Sodoma Law York.read more
Robin Lalley is a hands-on, dedicated attorney who truly enjoys the ins and outs of family law. Her attendance at Western Carolina University exposed her to a melting pot of experiences leaving the big question, “Where to next?”read more
When going through a separation from a spouse or dating partner that you have children with, the first thought is typically about what happens to the children now that the prior in-tact family unit is torn apart. Questions you might ask include: Who determines the...read more
Whether your separation from your spouse was something you wanted or not, at some point, the issue comes up of taking the next step: getting a divorce. While there are many issues related to a couple’s separation, including custody, child support, alimony, and...read more
The Sodoma Way
When I opened the doors to Sodoma Law in 2008, it was with the intention of building a different kind of firm. When I started to put together the team, I focused on creating a culture unlike any other I had encountered: a “firm family” that showed commitment to our clients, to our team and to our community. Over time, this concept has become known as “The Sodoma Way.”
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