My husband and I met with our attorneys yesterday. It was awful. They are forcing me to sell my house (technically "our" house). We had just finished building and moving into our brand new home (my dream house) when my husband left me for another woman (a 23 year old girl to be exact). Now his lawyer is saying that he can't afford to support two households with the mortgage payments on this house being so high. My lawyer agreed that if they took me to court a judge would likely order me to sell the house. So now I have to try to sell this house in a market where NOTHING is selling (there are several houses for sale in our neighborhood that have been on the market for close to a year...why buy someone else's house when you can build your own for the same or less money?) and I am looking at moving with my daughter for the second time in one year. We will be leaving a beautiful neighborhood, her huge bedroom, her swingset, neighbors that she loves and the community pool down the street. We will likely have to rent an apartment somewhere since there will be no money for a down payment on a new home. I am devestated. I cannot believe my husband is doing this to us.
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