After leaving his husband for a brand new life in West Hollywood—complete with a new boy toy, some fresh ink, and a handlebar mustache—Page Six reports that Jackson and Monte Lapka are eager to settle and will “most likely” not appear in court.
Sources claim that both men have hired high-powered law firms to reach a quick settlement. Lapka has reportedly chosen Aronson Mayefsky & Sloan, who handled the divorces of Katie Holmes and Bethenny Frankel. Jackson has gone with Chemtob Moss Forman & Talbert, who boast Ginny Barber and Diandra Douglas as former clients.
But are “high-powered” attorneys really that necessary? How many boxes of Ramen noodles can Cheyenne Jackson be worth?
In short, don’t expect a knock-down, drag-out catfight. Page Six says “the proceedings are moving along amicably and a deal is very close to being finalized.”