Don’t give up on your dreams because of your divorce
As a divorced-divorce lawyer, I know firsthand that divorce can knock the wind out of your sails, and kick you when you’re down. Over the last thirty years, I’ve been engaged, married, divorced, and cohabited. I made the decisions to end my marriages, twice in my twenties, and an engagement in my thirties. In my forties, I’ve fallen in love, had my heartbroken, and been single for most of the last eight years. I thought having my heartbroken would hurt the most, but after a lot of soul searching and a little TLC from a PhD, I learned the deepest wound I suffered was self-inflicted by commingling my assets with another. This may seem cold, but let me tell you how losing money can hurt more than losing love. In love and engaged, my fiancé and I jumped in with both feet at the height of the real estate market, and bought a $1.1 million fixer-upper in Mill Valley, California. I sold my Pacific Heights, San Francisco apartment and invested a few hundred…
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