Lisa Hochstein is ready to help others who are headed for divorce.
The “Real Housewives of Miami” star is launching Splitwell, a service to help estranged couples end their marriages amicably and “without breaking the bank.”
Bravo fan account The Bravoverse posted about the reality star’s new endeavor, which Lisa then re-shared to her Stories but added, “Turning my pain into purpose.”
The website isn’t fully functional yet, but inquiring minds can add their names to the waitlist for more information.
It also notes that it’s “powered by AI.”
The Bravolebrity’s new venture comes as she’s still battling her estranged husband, Lenny Hochstein, for a divorce more than a year after he first filed after 12 years of marriage.
Lisa and the famed plastic surgeon have been fighting over finances, child custody and alleged infidelity on Lenny’s part and have yet to come to a resolution.
Over the summer, the ex-couple came close to reaching a settlement, but the “boob god” fought to revoke his offer in “anticipation” of Lisa rejecting it, according to court documents obtained by Page Six at the time.
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A source close to Lenny and Lisa told us that the doctor was trying to force the reality star to sign his “low-ball” offer to continue to “bankrupt” her by withdrawing the deal and extending the legal process, leading to more attorneys’ fees.
Lisa, 41, scored a legal victory in October when the judge ruled that Lenny couldn’t withdraw his settlement offer. The former pair have a case management conference scheduled for Nov. 30.
Despite the drama of their divorce, both the Bravolebrity and Lenny, 57, have moved on romantically.
Lenny is engaged to fiancée Katharina Mazepa, whom Lisa has slammed as a “mistress,” while Lisa is living with her new boyfriend, Jody Glidden, in a $32,000-per-month condo in Miami.
Both couples had an icy run-in last month at Miami hotspot Prime 112.
“The two seemed to be happy they were there, but you could feel there was tension between the two [couples],” an eyewitness told Page Six at the time.
The insider added that Lisa and Lenny seemed to get “extra cozy with their significant others” once they noticed one another across the way.
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