As an attorney, Nancy Perpall’s area of practice was exclusively Family Law, where she represented all genders, races, religions, and nationalities.

This experience led her to realize that everyone feels the same level of despair when they go through a divorce or end an intimate relationship.

She also learned that most people would rather chew cut glass than read relationship advice presented through research and statistics.

Today as an author, Nancy hopes her novels will educate, entertain, and inspire readers to poke holes in the wall they may have erected around themselves and discover the love waiting for them on the other side.

Tune in now and get Nancy Perpall’s thoughts on:

  • Why did I become a lawyer?
  • What is the most important thing I’ve learned as a lawyer?
  • What did I personally grow after becoming a lawyer?
  • And much, much more!

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Nancy Perpall

Nancy started her professional career as a critical care nurse and changed professions in her early 30s, becoming a sought-after divorce attorney. She is the author of the debut novel, Around Which All Things Bend, a story about making decisions about the most important relationships in life. It explores how far you are willing to bend for love to give it and get it before you break. She is also the author of the upcoming book, The Malnourished Marriage: 5 Essential Emotional Nutrients for a Healthy Relationship.

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