No one better than Laura Wasser to represent celebrities on their hard separation processes. The 47 year old lawyer, known as the 'Queen of Divorce', will be in charge of the divorce of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. This would not be the first time the Tomb Raider actress requests the services of the defender. In 2002, Angelina turned to her for help to separate from actor Billy Bob Thornton, with whom she was married for a couple of years.
After the failure of her second marriage, Jolie decided to give one more chance to love and surrendered to the charms of Brad Pitt. The couple met on the set of Mr. & Mrs. Smith and a few months later, after the separation of Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, their love came to light and for 12 years was one of the most stable couples in Hollywood. But that is behind us, and now Angelina prepares to face a tough battle with the father of her six children.
Angelina and Billy Bob were married in 2000, two years later the relationship cooled and she sought help from Laura to manage their divorce.
Angelina has the best ally for this painful process. Wasser has extensive experience in famous separations. Her client list includes at least two of the Kardashian sisters (Kim and Kourtney), Heidi Klum (Seal), Ashton Kutcher (Demi Moore), Ryan Reynolds ( Scarlett Johansson), Nick Lachey (Jessica Simpson), Stevie Wonder (twice), Mariah Carey (Nick Cannon), and Melanie Griffith (Antonio Banderas).
Laura Wasser and her team will help Jolie to emerge victorious in her third divorce.
Not everyone can have the services of the lawyer, who is a partner of the law firm Wasser, Cooperman & Mandles. The Bloomberg website indicates that an advance of $25,000 US dollars is required, and hourly, Laura charges about $850. In addition, its customer base is so exclusive that it does not represent persons with fortune of less than $10 million.
After 72 days as husband and wife, Kim and Kris Humphries decided to end it and Kardashian went to Laura Wassen.
Wasser experience is not limited to the professional level, but it’s also personal. In 1995, when she joined the firm founded by her father, Laura was 25 and facing her own divorce, so she knows how her clients feel.