Vikki Ziegler is a divorce attorney who has found stardom. Read on for the facts on her new reality show and some of her most interesting accomplishments.
1. Her New Show Untying the Knot Premieres Tonight
Bravo has come up with a new reality show called Untying the Knot, which follows around Ziegler, a celebrity divorce attorney. Take a peek at the drama-packed season that’s in store for viewers in the above promo clip.
2. Ziegler Will be Appearing on Real Housewives of New Jersey
Ziegler is no stranger to television, having appeared on several shows to talk about divorce in general. Check out a clip of her on The Steve Harvey Show above. Around the 7:30 mark is when Ziegler chimes in.
4. She’s the CEO and Founder of DivorceDating.com
— chad michael maxwell (@NYLipstickKing) June 4, 2014
Ziegler’s website describes DivorceDating.com as, “a specialized website catering to divorcees looking for love and a commonality with people who have experienced divorce. This website has 377,000 members and is growing daily.”
5. Ziegler Has a Long List of Charities She Helps
— Vikki Ziegler (@vikkiziegler) June 4, 2014
Like many people, Ziegler contributes to charity. However, the list of charities she helps and the amount she puts into each one is remarkable. Her personal website gives the run-down on all her philanthropic work:
As a volunteer with Make a Wish Foundation – which grants wishes for terminally ill children – she ran the gift giving and charity events for the Passaic County Chapter for four years and met with families and helped plan wishes … She also volunteers at soup kitchens in New York City, collects for Toys for Tots each year, donates clothes for women in business, collects prom dresses and gowns for Catherine’s Closet, contributes to Chai Life Line – a Jewish organization that gives guidance to single mothers – and participates in food drives for the underprivileged with A Brand New Day every year. Her pro bono work with Partners for Women and Justice – an organization for indigent and battered women – continually exceeds her yearly requirement for New Jersey.