Our singular focus on family law means our clients receive the most efficient representation and best opportunity to achieve their goals.
Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet is one of the foremost family law
practices in Maryland and Washington, D.C. All of our personnel and systems
are committed to the aggressive and diligent pursuit of divorce and family
Are you struggling with a family law issue?
One of our attorneys can advise you on the way forward, and help resolve the issue in the best possible manner.
Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet is one of the foremost family law practices in Maryland and Washington, D.C. All of our personnel and systems are built to enhance the practice of family law and are committed to the aggressive and diligent pursuit of divorce and family law litigation. Our singular focus on family law means our clients receive the most efficient representation and best opportunity to achieve their goals. It is this commitment that sets us apart.
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Join the MSBA Family Law and Juvenile Section for its annual presentation of Family Practice Update on Wednesday, August 26th at 1 p.m.!
This program will present new family law cases, rules, and legislative updates from the past 12 months. The speakers will discuss recent appellate cases regarding family law practice, covering topics such as child custody, child support, pensions, marital property/monetary awards, dissipation, contribution, appellate acquiescence rule, alimony, MDEC/Case Search/entry of judgment, sufficiency of pleadings, enforceability of religious/Islamic marriage contracts (mahr), enforcement issues, attorneys’ liens, as well as evidentiary issues. They will also address the impact of recent Rules (e.g., Parenting Plans) and legislation (e.g., shared custody child support guidelines revisions).
Speakers: Heather Sweren, Attorney at Law of Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet, Chartered
Kristina Badalian Will Be A Virtual Speaker For The CLE: Islamic Marriage Contracts and Mahr - Enforcement Issues Event On September 10th at 4 p.m.
This program will discuss validity and enforcement of Islamic marriage contracts and provisions for payment of mahr ("a sum of money or some other economically valuable asset that a husband must give to a wife") in Maryland under the recent Court of Special Appeals opinion in Nouri v. Dadgar and Ghazirad v. Mojarrad. Important issues to be covered include neutral principles of contract law, First Amendment constitutional concerns, confidential relationship of the contracting parties, burden of proof, and overreaching. Practical insight will be provided on these issues and other aspects such as the mahr and monetary awards, and the interplay between mahr and Islamic divorce. This important program will help you to address issues that may be present in your client’s case.
Speakers: Kristina Badalian, Attorney at Law, Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet; Reza Golesorkhi, Esquire, Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, PA; and John Weaver, Esquire, Weaver Law LLC (Moderator)