My attorney called today and said the judge had signed the final judgement and decree today. It's 2 weeks earlier than we thought. I acted happy on the phone with her, then hung up and cried. I know it had to happen but it was still like a legal death. Feel a little better now and hoping that it gets better every day, realizing that I'm finally out of the entanglement. Hopefully I'm not the only one on here that has experienced a bitter/sweet feeling about the legal end. Anybody else?
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