My home has too many receptacles and outlets to one circuit breaker. For example i have three bedrooms, hall lights and even some bedroom Lights connected to this circuit. My question is that I want to take some of those receptacles/outlets and place it to another circuit breaker. What is the best way to split them to another circuit breaker? Do I need to go to the panel to trace originally that one circuit breaker goes to first? Can i intercept these wires at the junction box locating those that mostly belong to that circuit (split them there) and then run new wires to the panel box to create a second circuit breaker? Or what would you suggest to lower the number of outlets/lights (22 of them) belonging to that one circuit? I do know exactly where all the wires belong to each receptacle and light fixture-that belongs to that circuit including end runs? In short how do i change that single circuit breaker so i could have two breakers to reduce the load on that circuit breaker?
I would look at where the loads are possibly not in the center of the string. Remove the feed at that point now comes the hard part running a new cable to the string that was disconected make sure to use 12 awg for 20 amp breakers , 14 for 15 amp breakers matching the size wire that is being used now. If you are out of breaker slots tandem breakers may be an option if your panel is rated for them.