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  • TIMBUKTU she took EVERYTHING. i need to get my place together. ikea…. and….. where else? i need a fucking personal assistant to manage this divorce. when will i have time to do my real job? STRESSED 10 years ago   *   7 replies
    • Daryll I would go easy on it and your bank account. Try Craigslist and maybe Goodwill first. You never know what you might find. I'm lucky so far, I guess. All she has really taken is the bed and the better car, that I am still paying on. I am sleeping on the couch. She didn't even take the kids! I think everything will start falling into place again. I actually started to enjoy my time at work because it was a completely separate space and I could find time to breathe there. 10 years ago
    • Happyhesgone Hmm...I thought I replied to this, but it's not showing up. Craigslist near the end of the month (when leases are up). That's a great time to get stuff that hasn't sold quickly enough that people are anxious to sell. And there's a lot of good stuff, not just junk. The other site is freecycle. I've gotten several things I needed from freecycle. 10 years ago
    • Kate Anthony I redid my entire house (I only took the bedroom furniture) with Ikea, Target and Cost Plus. Not expensive and frankly my house is awesome. The most important thing everyone said to me was, "the energy here is so fresh and so you" and that's all that mattered to me and my son... 10 years ago
    • Unsure Breathe 10 years ago
    • dynamic Next marriage (if there is one), put everything of yours in trust. Put the communal property in trust and you don't have to worry about the court as you will have given your trustee explicit directions, while both of you were level head, of what to do with the contents in case of a divorce. Words from the wise. 10 years ago
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