Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet does one thing — family law — and we do it very well.
All our decisions are rooted in one deliberate choice: exceptional family law representation for our clients.
Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet’s singular focus on family law means our clients receive the most efficient representation and best opportunity to achieve their goals.
Our own Brian Pearlstein recently worked on a unique case fighting through citizenship obstacles in an effort to reunite a child with her mother. Get to know Giulietta, her mother, and their fight to be together again as we recount their story.
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.
Did you or your spouse receive a PPP Loan that was subsequently forgiven?
If so, you won’t want to miss this free virtual presentation entitled “Are Forgiven PPP Loans Included as Actual Income?” on November 7. BRP’s managing partner Brian Pearlstein will join Eric Rollinger, Kristina Badalian, and Joe Estabrook in a spirited debate about whether or not a PPP loan should be included as income in a divorce case. The program is completely free; for all those interested in attending the meeting, click here.
At your initial consultation, we will meet with you to discuss your situation, gather information, and evaluate your potential case. The fee we charge for this session represents an excellent value to you considering the time, expertise, and experience we invest on your behalf, and the questions you will be able to have answered during this initial meeting.