"Marriages come and go, but divorce is forever."
Nora Ephron penned those words as the tagline of HuffPost Divorce in 2010. Among her many literary and onscreen accomplishments -- "When Harry Met Sally...," "Heartburn" and "Sleepless in Seattle," to name a few -- The Huffington Post's Divorce section was Ephron's brainchild, and she served as our guiding force and editor-at-large.
Today, we mourn the loss of Ephron, who died Tuesday.
Ephron was a two-time divorcee, and divorce was a constant theme in her life. Her second marriage to -- and subsequent divorce from -- famed journalist Carl Bernstein inspired her 1983 novel "Heartburn," which was adapted into the acclaimed film by the same name starring Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep.
Ephron was one of the first women to talk about divorce with sophistication, humor and wit; her honesty about the subject added an inspired and relatable degree of poignancy to her work.
To honor Ephron and her legacy, we've collected some of her best quotes on divorce below: