Laura Wasser referred as the Disso Queen (dissolution of marriage) states marriage doesn’t need to be regarded as a failure but rather an evolution of the way family functions. Laura represents as a top American Attorney for custody battles and parenting testings, rarely for peoples having less than $10 million.
Well apart from being a maestro in solving divorce cases, Laura also has faced her shares of two break-ups and a divorce. Let’s find out about Laura Wasser’s Ex-boyfriend, her two children, and divorce.
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Wasser has been successive in many cases and her top client’s divorce list comprises of Angelina Jolie/ Billy Bob, Denise Richards/ Charlie Sheen, Nick Lachey/ Jessica Simpson, Stevie Wonder, Maria Shriver/ Arnold Schwarzenegger including at least three from the Kardashian family.
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In 1993 Laura had met a guy in Loyola Law School where she was pursuing her Law studies. She married him for a year and filed the divorce paperwork representing herself soon after completing her bar exams. The divorce was plain and simple without the hassle of money as they didn’t have kids. Laura vows to never get a divorce again as she’d decided to never get married again.
Continuing from her divorce, she was in a relationship twice and has two sons Luke and Jack from each Laura Wasser’s Ex-boyfriend. Following her divorce, she stayed in two different relationships and pretty soon parted ways.
Sons Luke and Jack from Laura Wasser’s two Ex-boyfriend
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Both of Laura Wasser’s Ex-boyfriend identity are kept far from the limelight, there is no information or any whereabout mentioned about Laura Wasser’s Ex-boyfriend.
Laura’s personal feeling on marriage is simple as a triumph of hope over experience and finds the aspect of marriage troubling as it is a contract governed by the state.
Laura believes in co-parenting, raising children, having a family and growing old with a person but doesn’t believe that one needs to be married to do all those kinds of stuff. Though Laura loves going on a good wedding.
1. Communicate about what you expect both in marriage and in divorce,
2. Get proper counseling,
3. Children come first,
4. Learn to be kind, treat the way you want to be treated,
5. Acknowledge the business transaction and don’t let emotions interfere,
6. Researching to find the Lawyer your case suits,
7. Beware your Attorney is not your Therapist,
8. Try being creative and finds new choices of ways to do things,
9. Live and enjoy your life,
10. Sticking together even if you’re falling apart.