Premiere episode to launch February 11 with special guest
Kim Kardashian West
Listen to the Official Podcast Trailer Now
LOS ANGELES (February 4, 2020) – Celebrity divorce attorney, author, Family Law expert and CEO / Founder of online divorce platform it’s over easy, Laura Wasser, and iHeartMedia, the No.1 commercial podcast publisher globally, today announced a new iHeartRadio Original Podcast, “All’s Fair with Laura Wasser.” The first episode of the podcast comes out on February 11 and features special guest Kim Kardashian West. In the premiere episode, Wasser and Kardashian discuss surrogacy, motherhood and Kim’s advocacy for criminal justice reform.“All’s Fair with Laura Wasser” will be distributed through the iHeartPodcast Network. Listen to the trailer for the episode here with the full podcast being available on iHeartRadio and everywhere else podcasts are available on February 11. New episodes will air every Tuesday.
“All’s Fair with Laura Wasser” debuts as an expanded relaunch of Wasser’s former podcast, “Divorce Sucks!,” which has accrued more than 2 millionlisteners since its debut episode in 2018. The relaunch will provide listeners with more insight into a variety of topics including human relationships and how we relate to others, ourselves and so much more. Former guests of Wasser’s podcast include Kate Hudson, Anna Faris, Kris Jenner, Chelsea Handler and more.
“I started the ‘Divorce Sucks!’ podcast two years ago to answer people’s questions about divorce and work to destigmatize how listeners view divorce,” says Wasser. “Since releasing the podcast, I’ve learned that conversations around divorce naturally transition into conversations about all kinds of human nature such as relationships, business, lifestyles, parenting and so much more. This relaunch into ‘All’s Fair’ with iHeartRadio provides an opportunity for me to utilize my experiences as well as my guests’ stories and address a wider range of topics.”
Through this new partnership, the podcast will have the opportunity to reach hundreds of millions of new potential listeners across the country through iHeartMedia’s broadcast radio stations and its iHeartRadio digital streaming platform. Topics discussed on “All’s Fair with Laura Wasser” will include:
- Life After divorce and the next chapter
- How and why all is fair in love and war
About Laura Wasser
Attorney Laura Allison Wasser is an author, entrepreneur, and Family Law expert. She is the founder of the online divorce platform It's Over Easy!
Laura has represented celebrities like Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Ryan Reynolds, Britney Spears, Jimmy Iovine, Maria Shriver, Kim Kardashian, Stevie Wonder, and the list goes on, but she maintains that divorce is the great equalizer—it terrifies everyone. Laura has made it her mission to change that by creating It's Over Easy, which gives divorcing couples an easy-to-use resource to dissolve their marriage that is accessible (and affordable) to everyone.
Laura authored the 2013 best-seller It Doesn't Have to Be That Way: How to Divorce Without Destroying Your Family and Bankrupting Yourself, and in 2018, she created It's Over Easy. By simplifying the divorce process online, couples are empowered to reclaim control over their own destinies without having to rely on expensive attorneys. The platform creates an online community for families and provides education and content and a resource guide for professionals and businesses to assist with a transitory time.
As a graduate of the University of California-Berkeley, Laura earned a law degree from Loyola Law School. She has been named one of the Daily Journal's Top 100 Lawyers and Top 50 Women Attorneys every year for the last six years (2012-2019). She has been featured on The Hollywood Reporter's Power Lawyers list, and Los Angeles Magazine's Super Lawyers has featured her each year since 2007. In June 2008, Laura received the Harriet Buhai Center for Family Law Zephyr Ramsey Award, and in 2011, she was the recipient of the Century City Chamber of Commerce Women of Achievement Award. Laura also received the Brady Center Advocate Award in 2013. In 2016, Laura was honored by A Place Called Home in 2016 at its November Gala For The Children. Most recently, Laura was presented with the Justice award last May by the Los Angeles Center for Law and Justice. Her nonprofit and pro bono work in the Family law realm is commendable.
Laura is often a guest speaker at Law Schools in California and New York State. is 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, The Wall Street Journal, Vanity Fair, Esquire, The Hollywood Reporter, People, US Magazine, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Town and Country, Parenting, and more.