Looks like it's going to be business as usual for Angelina Jolie this Thanksgiving holiday.
ET spoke to Jolie's divorce lawyer, Laura Wasser, on Thursday at the 23rd anniversary celebration of A Place Called Home (APCH) -- a South Central Los Angeles-based organization providing a safe haven and programs to improve the lives of underserved youth -- where she was honored for her contributions. The celeb attorney gave us an update on Jolie's Thanksgiving plans.
"I'm going to imagine that she's going do what most of us are doing, which is spending it with her family," Wasser told ET's Kevin Frazier exclusively.
She also said that Jolie and her six children -- 15-year-old Maddox, 12-year-old Pax, 11-year-old Zahara, 10-year-old Shiloh, and 8-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne -- are "all doing fine."
Speaking of children, Wasser talked about how her work with A Place Called Home has been influenced by her own two sons, Luke and Jack.
"A Place Called Home means to me that every kid in Los Angeles gets as good a shot as my kids," she said. "I'm a Los Angelina. I'm raising Los Angelinos. It's not OK to me that there's kids in my home town that don't have the opportunities that my little boys have and I want to change that."
ET spoke to Wasser's good friend, Chelsea Handler, who paid tribute to her at the event -- where Handler also took a swipe at Jolie
onstage, joking that Wasser was handling Brad Pitt's "emancipation" -- and she gushed about the high-powered attorney.
"She's been on my show a bunch of times, but we've met through, like, Pilates instructors," Handler shared. "She comes on my show to give us legal advice about sexual harassment in the workplace. Ummm... is it OK to hit an employee? It's not. You're not supposed to be high at work. I didn't know that either."