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Hi! I'm Laura Wasser. I'm an author, entrepreneur, Family Law expert and celebrity divorce attorney.
I've had the chance to represent celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Angelina Jolie, Jimmy Iovine, Maria Shriver, and Stevie Wonder.
In 2013, I authored the 2013 best-seller, It Doesn’t Have to Be That Way: How to Divorce Without Destroying Your Family and Bankrupting Yourself .
Some fun facts about me are that I'm a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, and I earned a law degree from Loyola Law School. I've been named one of the California Daily Journal’s Top 100 Lawyers and Top 50 Women Attorneys every year for the last six years (2012-2017). I've also been featured on The Hollywood Reporter’s Power Lawyers list three times and Los Angeles Magazine’s Super Lawyers has featured me each year since 2007.
In June 2008, I received the Harriet Buhai Center for Family Law Zephyr Ramsey Award and in 2011, I was the recipient of the Century City Chamber of Commerce Women of Achievement Award. I received the Brady Center Advocate Award in 2013. Most recently, I was honored by A Place Called Home in 2016 at their November Gala For The Children.
I'm frequently called upon as a resource on family and matrimonial law in media and publications. Profiles and interviews can be found in Vogue, Bloomberg, Interview, Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, The Hollywood Reporter, People Magazine, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Town and Country, and Parenting magazine.
Now's your chance to ask me anything! Please write your questions in the comments section below and I'll answer the questions live on Friday, January 26th at 1pm ET.
Attorney Laura Allison Wasser is an author, entrepreneur, and Family Law expert. Laura has represented celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Angelina Jolie, Jimmy Iovine, Maria Shriver, Stevie Wonder and the list goes on, but she maintains that divorce is the great equalizer—it terrifies everyone. [...]