Cron, Isreals & Stark in the News
Attorney Steve Cron has been asked to comment on many celebrities legal troubles here are some of the magazines that have quoted him as a source.
Life & Style on Michael Jackson's Murder Investigation
Santa Monica Criminal Defense Lawyer Steve Cron Tells Life & Style. "Murder is a homicide committed with malice. Manslaughter is any homicide that doesn't involve malice."
Star on Britney Spears Divorce to Kevin Federline
Renowned Hollywood Divorce Attorney Steve Cron (who doesn't represent Brit) tells Star, "A prenup is not necessarily ironclad, so potentially Britney and Kevin could be fighting for years."
Life & Style on Elen DeGeneres Marriage to Portia De Rossi
Santa Monica based lawyer Steve Cron tells Life & Style. "But lawyers arguing on behalf of the couples already married will say that Proposition 8 is a constitutional amendment, and constitutional amendments don't go into effect retroactively."
Star on Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Adoptions
What's in a surname? "Legally changing the children's names to Jolie-Pitt [which Angelina did last December] does not make Brad the adoptive parent," explains L.A. divorce attorney Steve Cron. "It does not give Brad any parenting rights. Legally adopting the children requires the courts to evaluate the propossed parent."
People on Lindsay Lohan DUI Arrest
Chances of a plea bargain to avoid jail are slim. "Prosecutors are going to wary of her, as are judges, says L.A. defense attorney Steve Cron, "because she's out of control."
In Touch Weekly on Anna Nicole Smith's death
"She could've said, 'I give everything to my daughter,' and then the big issue is, who is going to be the executor of the will?" says attorney Steve Cron. "The courts can't just hand a $400 million check to Dannielynn. The caretaker stands to get a lot of money."
Star on Mel Gibson's Marriage trouble
"Everything you earn in marriage in California is community property, to be divided evenly," Beverly Hills attorney Steve Cron tells Star. "But once a couple is legally separated, earning from that point on become separate property."