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Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Top divorce firm is suddenly taking Melania Trump jokes seriously

Columnist S.E. Cupp has called on the First Lady to dump the Trump. (POOL/GETTY IMAGES)
Another day, another joke at Melania Trump’s expense. Though this time, the barbs are coming from a group that could be of use to the embattled First Lady — divorce lawyers.
When celebrity divorce attorney Susan Moss did her impression of Melania in front of the Women’s Bar Association at a fall conference in Colorado, she couldn't have known that the President’s alleged infidelities would be dominating the headlines six months later.
Melania Trump continues to stand by her man as pressure on the President mounts. (EVAN VUCCI/AP)
Now, we’re told that her firm, which has handled divorce cases for Star Jones, Annette Lauer, Tory Burch and Diandra Douglas, is planning to unveil a 2.0 version of that skit at a legal conference that will take place in Manhattan later this year.
It was a mostly serious “two-hour speech on dispensing financial assets in a divorce, using the First Couple as an example,” according to one legal eagle familiar with the conference in Beaver Creek, Colo. At that event, Moss wore a mask and spoke in a Slovenian accent, while another lawyer from her prominent Manhattan law firm Chemtob, Moss, Forman & Beyda sported a mask of The Donald and kept interrupting to say “fake news.”
Celebrity splits are nothing new for attorney Susan Moss of the firm Chemtob Moss Forman & Beyda.(COURTESY OF CHEMTOB MOSS FORMAN & BEYDA)
“Moss detailed forensic measures that could prove how much Melania’s lifestyle costs so a judge could determine her potential alimony payments despite the fact that the President’s tax returns might say he has zero income because of tax loopholes,” according to our source.
The law firm of Chemtob Moss Forman & Beyda is using Don and Melania's unconventional marriage as an example of how, hypothetically, a divorce of that nature might work.(COURTESY OF CHEMTOB MOSS FORMAN & BEYDA)
Discussions about how many more humiliating reports of infidelity by her husband Melania would tolerate came to a head on Wednesday, when Daily News columnist S.E. Cupp penned a piece urging the First Lady to “set an example for all the young women in America” and become the first First Lady to divorce a sitting President.

Porn star Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal have both filed suits seeking to be released from nondisclosure agreements that prohibit them from discussing their alleged flings with The Donald. The women claim their affairs happened in 2006, shortly after Melania gave birth to Barron Trump. Trump surrogates have denied those stories.

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