Divorce Bound

One of my favorite entertainers is Kelly Clarkson, and as many of you may be aware, she is getting a DIVORCE from Brandon Blackstock. Not a long marriage as the two former love birds tied the ‘noose’ in 2013.  The character she plays on The Voice is one of my favs.

 

Let us get it right, none of these people are what you see off-screen, and for that reason, one can only imagine what caused this marriage to crash on the rocks of DIVORCE. Having the access I have to those in the entertainment world and the world of wealth, I can assure you what you see most of the time is not what you get.

 

The former “King of 88,” The Honorable Judge Scott Gordon, is the private judge in charge until sometime into 2021. Since retiring, Judge Gordon is now one of those ‘rent a judges’ and is in high demand for his judicial ability.   Kelly Clarkson is represented by one of the premier law firms in Los Angeles, Wasser, Cooperman & Mandles.  Laura Allison Wasser, the go-to DIVORCE lawyer for the well-educated and those of our society who know the difference between ‘solid gold’ and ‘vermeil,’ is the lawyer in charge.

 

Brandon Blackstock, the soon to be X, is represented by Samantha F. Spector, Esq., and her co-counsel, from a local law firm, Meyer Olson Lowy and Meyers. Seldom do you find one of these lawyers without the other stumbling close behind.  Well-heeled for sure, but with the appearance of all those adorable ‘20 mule teams’ from the old show Death Valley Days. Was that show not adorable?

 

Ain’t we adorable?

My suggestion is that Brandon Blackstock saves himself before it is too late. Look at where you are now and look for other legal counsel. Susan E. Wiesner, Esq. would be one such suggestion. Another would be Hersh Mannis. Give my friend Adam Lipsic a call. What about Michael Trope, all solid platinum in their knowledge and experience in the world of DIVORCE

 

 

 

 

By John Nazarian
©Straight Talk with John J. Nazarian, Private Investigator
November 21, 2020
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