Category Archives: Media Coverage

Myths of Bankruptcy Busted by Steven Brumer on ‘Real Talk Carlsbad’

Steven K. Brumer. bankruptcy law and family law attorney with Fleischer & Ravreby, appeared on the interview program “Real Talk Carlsbad” to address myths surrounding bankruptcy filings, mistakes to avoid in your trusts and estates planning, and other legal issues at the intersection of family law and your financial wellbeing. Brumer is one of a […]

Myra Chack Fleischer Featured in New Video Series

Myra Chack Fleischer Featured in New Video Series Fleischer & Ravreby Senior Counsel Myra Chack Fleischer is featured as part of a new video series called #PowerOfWomen produced in support of the Jewish National Fund. Myra is the San Diego regional president and a longtime supporter of the many programs and activities of JNF. Fleischer […]

Do You Need An Attorney For Your Divorce?

Seventy percent of all couples getting divorced do so without an attorney. When would you be better served hiring an attorney? What are the considerations you need to review before making this decision? Family law attorney Sarah Pinkerton, CLS-F, with Fleischer & Ravreby discusses your choices and options in a recent interview on “Real Talk […]

Filing Bankruptcy And Your Taxes: Steven Brumer on “The Michael Gaddis Show”

Filing Bankruptcy And Your Taxes: Steven Brumer on “The Michael Gaddis Show” When you file bankruptcy, what happens to your tax situation? Do the different types of bankruptcy filings make a difference? Attorney Steven Brumer of Fleischer & Ravreby recently appeared on “The Michael Gaddis Show” on KCBQ Radio to answer the most commonly asked […]

Katie Holmes Divorcing Tom Cruise: Make Arnold and Maria Your Roles Models

Katie Holmes Divorcing Tom Cruise: Make Arnold and Maria Your Roles Models SAN DIEGO, June 29, 2012 – Apparently gossip reporters should stake out the Los Angeles courts on all Fridays before holidays. There is a trend developing. Katie Holmes announced through her attorney today just like Maria Shriver did about one year ago, that […]

When a Wedding Turns from “I Do” to “I Sue”

When a Wedding Turns from “I Do” to “I Sue” SAN DIEGO – June 28, 2012 – It’s not the best idea in the world to give a woman a $32,000 engagement ring if she’s already broken up with you once. But Steven Silverstein lucked out. When his fiancée Kendra Platt-Lee dumped him the second […]

World’s Most Expensive Divorces

World’s Most Expensive Divorces SAN DIEGO – June 18, 2012 – The divorce of Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt and his wife Jamie has been in the headlines more than your typical Big Public Divorce. The realization that the Dodgers would need to be sold so that the ownership of the team could be […]

Supreme Court Ruling Addresses Impact of Medical Advances on the Law

Supreme Court Ruling Addresses Impact of Medical Advances on the Law Courts must weigh advances in reproductive science on family law Monday, May 21, 2012 (San Diego) –  A ruling Monday by the United States Supreme Court highlights the legal minefield being created by advancements in reproductive science that were never imagined when laws governing […]

Virtual Visitation: A Sensible Child Custody Option

Virtual Visitation: A Sensible Child Custody Option Law must come to grips with the new reality of what it means to be a family Sunday, April 15, 2012 (San Diego) – After a divorce, it isn’t uncommon for a job opportunity, family ties or a new relationship to cause one parent to move. When there […]

Smokers Losing Child Custody Cases a Growing Trend

Smokers Losing Child Custody Cases a Growing Trend Would the possibility of losing custody of your children motivate you to quit smoking? Thursday, March 01, 2012 (San Diego) – If you smoke cigarettes, by now you have heard all the reasons you should quit: the harm to your health, the expense, the limits on where […]