Heavenly Wilson was admitted to practice as a barrister and solicitor in Western Australia and held a position with the Child Welfare Department as an advocate for children in Children's Court. After moving to London, England in 1968, Heavenly worked as a solicitor in the firm of Crawley and de Reya in their entertainment branch in Broadwick Street and was admitted to practice as a solicitor in the United Kingdom. After meeting Scott Wilson, Heavenly moved to Los Angeles, working for Warner Bros. as an attorney negotiating contracts with actors, writers, directors, and producers. Leaving law, Heavenly fulfilled a lifelong dream by studying art at Otis Art Institute. She is now an accomplished artist and writer and noted for her campaigning on behalf of National Endowment for the Arts. When the film A Year of the Quiet Sun was being made, Heavenly helped complete it by accompanying the director, cameraman and two stars to film the ending of the movie.