You may not know her name or even her face, but you definitely know Laura Wasser’s work. The family law attorney, a partner at Wasser, Cooperman & Mandles who’s sometimes called the Disso (not Disco) Queen — as in dissolution of marriage — has represented some of the biggest stars in their divorces and even inspired Laura Dern’s character, Nora Fanshaw, in Noah Baumbach’s Oscar-nominated film, Marriage Story. “The biggest misconception about divorce attorneys is that we try to stir the pot,” Wasser tells Us exclusively. “Most of us really do want to try and help people.” She shares more with Us, including marriage advice for Harry and Meghan.
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