Brian K. Pearlstein and Edouard J.P. Bouquet of Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet, a top-rated divorce and family law firm serving Maryland and Washington, D.C., were recently recognized in Bethesda Magazine. Pearlstein and Bouquet have been named the face of representation in divorce and separation by the magazine for 2019.
For the past 67 years, the firm has maintained a sustained commitment to excellence in the practice of divorce and family law. Pearlstein and Bouquet offer diverse backgrounds, and their ability to creatively tailor strategies on behalf of clients, combined with a conscientious approach and love of the law, have made them amongst the most sought-after family law attorneys in Maryland and D.C. Calm and steady guides in challenging times, they offer a combined 60 years of experience as counselors and litigators specializing in complex and high-conflict issues.
Both Pearlstein and Bouquet are extremely effective advocates in complicated matters, valuation of businesses/professional practices, real estate, stocks and property disputes, domestic and international custody, and support matters that have garnered them the reputation as top divorce lawyers in the area.
Pearlstein says, “Whether it’s a divorce, custody, domestic violence, complex financial dispute, alimony or child support matter, my role is to tirelessly defend my clients’ interests, both in and out of the courtroom. I particularly enjoy working on complicated cases that require creative solutions as well as the ability to offer practical strategies for long term success.”
Pearlstein and Bouquet have been recognized by numerous publications and organizations for their distinction in the practice of family law and the firm is honored to be mentioned once again in Bethesda Magazine!
About BRP Family Law:
Serving clients for nearly 70 years, Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet, Chartered is one of Maryland and Washington, D.C.’s foremost divorce and family law litigation firms. The firm, focused only on family law, assists clients in the areas of divorce, child support, child custody, alimony, property division, high asset cases, domestic violence, prenuptial and domestic partnership agreements, as well as other family law matters.