Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet Named Super Lawyers

Gaithersburg, MD- December 15, 2015Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet, Chartered, one of the top rated divorce and family law firms servicing Maryland and Washington, DC, today announced that multiple attorneys have been named Maryland Super Lawyers for 2015. These latest awards extend the recognition earned by the firm for excellence in the practice of family law.

Multiple partners and associates were awarded Super Lawyer status for Maryland by Super Lawyers publications. Partners Brian Pearlstein, Bryan Renehan, and Ed Bouquet were named Maryland Super Lawyers. Associate Heather Sweren was named Maryland Super Lawyers Rising Stars. Super Lawyers status is awarded based upon recommendations and endorsements from other attorneys. It is only awarded to attorneys whose reputation and practice merit recognition for excellence.

“We are flattered by the recognition,” said Brian Pearlstein, Managing Partner of the firm, “all of our partners and many of our associates have been named so it validates our practice and commitment to family law and clients.”

The recent awards from Super Lawyers continue a string of such awards and honors for the firm. In November the firm announced that U.S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers© named Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet as one of the Washington, DC area’s top family law firms for 2015. The U.S. News list showcases law firms ranked nationally in one of 75 major legal practice areas. Achieving a high ranking is a special distinction that signals a unique combination of excellence and breadth of expertise.

About The Firm

Celebrating 60 years in the practice of law, Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein Lastra & Bouquet, Chartered is one of Maryland and Washington, DC’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.

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