Actress Isla Fisher Consulted Celebrity Divorce Lawyer Fiona Shackleton Before Split from Sacha Baron Cohen

Los Angeles, CA – Isla Fisher, the Australian actress known for her roles in films like “Wedding Crashers” and “Confessions of a Shopaholic,” reportedly sought the counsel of a prominent celebrity divorce lawyer before her recent split from husband Sacha Baron Cohen. Fisher, 48, allegedly reached out to Baroness Fiona Shackleton, an esteemed legal expert who was previously involved in high-profile divorces such as Sir Paul McCartney’s separation from Heather Mills. The couple announced their quiet separation last year. Sources claim that Fisher contacted Baroness Shackleton in 2022 and received advice to pursue an amicable … Read more

Don’t Let Lawyers Take Control: Save Money and Time in Divorce Proceedings, Says Celebrity Attorney

Los Angeles-based divorce lawyer Laura Wasser has handled some unusual cases in her career. She once had clients fighting over ownership of a parrot, highlighting the strange requests she encounters. Wasser, who has worked with high-profile individuals like Kim Kardashian and Britney Spears, advises couples to avoid involving lawyers in trivial matters to save time and money. She believes that individuals should take charge of their own disputes instead of relying on legal professionals who profit from conflict. Couples often turn to lawyers to resolve tedious requests that don’t require legal expertise. However, the cost … Read more

New D.C. Law Removes Waiting Period for Divorce, Empowering Survivors of Domestic Violence

Washington, D.C. – A recent change to divorce laws in D.C. aims to provide more support for survivors of domestic violence by eliminating the waiting period before divorce. Advocates for victims of domestic violence pushed for this change, arguing that it will help those looking to separate from an abusive spouse. Previously, D.C. law required couples to live separately for six months, with mutual and voluntary agreement, before they could file for divorce. If one party contested the divorce, the couple had to remain married for a year. However, under the new law, any spouse … Read more