Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet, Chartered, one of the top-rated divorce and family law firms servicing Maryland and Washington, D.C., was recently recognized in Bethesda Magazine for three of its attorneys, Maureen Renehan and Heather Sweren being “Ones to Watch”.
Bethesda Magazine identifies and recognizes rising leaders in the area who demonstrate exceptional performance and the firm’s attorneys are honored to be mentioned. These attorneys on the rise were drawn to the pursuit of family law matters because they enjoy helping people, which they have abundant opportunities to do so at BRP Family Law.
According to Heather Sweren, every case is different. “Just when you think you’ve heard everything,” she says, “a new client comes in and shows you otherwise. What’s most challenging is dealing with people at their worst.” Having gone through her parents’ divorce when she was an adolescent, Sweren has abundant empathy. Married with two young children, she says, “I understand juggling family and work like a game of Jenga, and how divorce can send the whole thing crashing down.”
Time management skills may be one key to the success of Maureen Renehan, mother of three children age 5 and under. With similar experience negotiating and litigating complex custody and financial matters in separation and divorce, Renehan is hard working, detail organized and effective both in and out of the courtroom.
BRP Family Law takes pride in being a firm that appreciates and supports working mothers who provide sophisticated representation to clients. The firm has a very talented team who is always willing to go the extra mile and this latest recognition further enhances its strong reputation as one of the preeminent family law litigators in Maryland and Washington, D.C.
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.