Claudia Norberg (49) and her successor Laura Norberg-Müller (19) are at war. Since Laura and Michael Wendler (48) got married, she has also been called Norberg. So she took the last name of the Wendler-Ex, which does not fit at all. Since the marriage, she has been shooting against the “Playboy” star again and again. But now only hostility is apparently no longer enough. As Claudia’s mother reveals, she should think about legal steps.
“My daughter found out legally that if you could hire a lawyer, you could protect the name – that we could just keep the name,” Waltraud Norberg told RTL. Claudia’s mother is pissed because the name of her ex-son-in-law is passed on. After all, she is the “origin Norberg”. “I don’t think it’s okay for any children I don’t even know to have our name,” she complains.
Swiss naming rights would not have allowed the transfer
If the people involved lived in Switzerland, they would not have this problem. The federal government writes on the ch.ch website about a new marriage after the divorce: “You cannot enter a name that you adopted as a family name in a previous marriage as a family name.” Since Claudia Norberg as well as Michael Wendler and his Laura all live in Cape Coral, Florida, the name zoff will probably continue. (bsn)