We work with our clients to develop a plan to create achievable goals.
Our experienced lawyers resolve cases through negotiation, mediation, or litigation in the courtroom. Our attorneys focus on divorce and family law, ranging from premarital and prenuptial agreements, complex equitable distribution and domestic violence issues.
We aggressively defend our client’s interests in business litigation disputes in Superior Court, North Carolina Business Court, and appeal of these issues to the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court.
Soni Brendle also provides peace of mind by assisting clients with Estate Planning considerations. Our lawyers have proven their worth as recognized by their awards, speaking engagements, and reputation in the community.
Client Success Stories
“Andrew represented me in a contested divorce and from day one he started the wheels in motion to make sure that I received all that I was legally entitled. He kept me informed every step of the way and when we went to court I couldn’t have been more pleased with the outcome. Aside from his legal expertise, he is extremely caring, thoughtful and a downright good person.”
Divorce & family law
Sometimes your family law situation requires a strategic negotiation to preserve a positive family dynamic or deftly maneuver around complex financial issues to your advantage. Or, your needs require a lawyer to zealously advocate for custody, support, and property rights against a contentious spouse and attorney. Our divorce attorneys cater to this entire spectrum based upon your needs.
Business disputes often escalate quickly when the other side stops the work or the payment promised. While we strive to resolve cases cost-effectively, our business litigation attorneys have litigated complex business disputes up through the North Carolina Supreme Court when the other side takes unreasonable positions detrimental to the operation of a company.
Many spouses and individuals do not realize how North Carolina laws may negatively impact the distribution of their assets to heirs or manage health care concerns without proper documents in place. Our estate planning lawyers will help you navigate North Carolina law to properly take care of your heirs as well as effectively communicating health care desires to your loved ones in the event of tragedy.
While the laws surrounding relationships continue to change in North Carolina, the ways you can protect yourself in advance have existed for decades. Our attorneys have experience protecting assets and support obligations prior to relationship disputes arising. This can be in the form of premarital, prenuptial, postnuptial agreements, and relationship agreements for couples who do not intend to marry.
Client Success Stories
“Working with Ketan was a pleasure from our first introduction. I needed a will and trust account but wasn’t sure where to start. Ketan’s advice and directions provided comfort and peace of mind knowing my estate planning is solid. I will continue to use Ketan as needed and refer him to family and friends.!”
“While divorces are never easy, I must say that Ketan is not only genuine but extremely compassionate. I for one consider myself fortunate enough to have found an attorney that has made this process a bit smoother.”
“Andrew was wonderful. He listened when I explained the outcome I was looking to achieve, guided my case in that direction and garnered an extremely favorable outcome. I would recommend his services in a heartbeat.”
Proven leaders in the field. Trusted years of experience in matters to serve you. Unbeatable attention to systems that help set up apart. Unmatched work ethic and tactical proficiency.
These are only a sample of reasons our clients love working with us.
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When you need a sword and a shield by your side, Ketan and Andrew are the perfect team to cover intense litigation and reasonable resolution. Soni Brendle will help you Move Forward.
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