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Livingston Divorce Attorney Stars in New Reality TV Series

'Untying the Knot' premieres next month on Bravo.

Livingston Divorce Attorney Stars in New Reality TV Series
A Livingston divorce attorney and two Morris County appraisal experts are the latest New Jersey residents to star in a reality TV show.

Vikki S. Ziegler, the founder of the Livingston law firm, Ziegler and Zemsky, will star in the divorce reality show "Untying the Knot" that premieres June 3 on Bravo.

Ziegler will be joined on the show by appraisal experts Michael Millea, of Boonton-based Millea Bros. Ltd.

Ziegler practices matrimonial law in New York and New Jersey and is also an adjunct professor at Fordham Law School where she teaches a prenuptial agreement and same sex marriage class.

Ziegler seeks to de-stigmatize divorce by allowing its empowering aspects to triumph with her team of experts," according to  Ziegler's bio on Bravotv.com. "Her concrete pre-marital tips and step-by-step impact-management guide help prevent emotional and financial devastation for couples facing the inevitable." 

Author of "The Pre-Marital Planner: A Complete Guide to a Perfect Marriage" and founder of DivorceDating.com, Ziegler believes in a "divorce management" approach. 

The Millea brothers own a boutique auction and appraisal company that focuses on fire art and antiques from area estates, institutions and private collections, according to their profile on Bravotv.com. The brothers recently auctioned a portion of heiress Doris Duke's estate worth more than $2 million.

Mark and Michael understand the important role a professional appraisal plays in divorce proceedings, with Vikki calling on them for several of her high profile cases," their profile reads.

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