"In 1951, Jackson Brodsky, Esquire moved his law practice to Montgomery County with one clear goal: to provide aggressive representation to clients going through divorce. He was often referred to as the “Dean of the Domestic Bar” until the time of his retirement in 1981. Keeping with tradition, for the past 67 years, Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet has maintained a sustained commitment to excellence in the practice of divorce and family law. Family law addresses the legal issues that arise from relationships. While topics such as divorce, child support, and custody earn the majority of family law attention, family law also focuses upon protection―protection from domestic violence or child abuse, protection of your reputation, or protection of your assets. "