Will you outlast your money? Are you going through divorce and staying awake at night worrying about providing for your family? This is the Financially Ever After podcast, where you’ll hear stories of women like you and get advice from the industries top professionals.

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February 16, 2021

Estate planning is for everyone. To build intergenerational wealth in marginalized communities, women need to share resources. Listen to attorney Priya Royal here.

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February 2, 2021

Narcissists will use mediation as a form of control in the divorce process – awarded Family Attorney Lisa Zeiderman gives tips on how to divorce one. Listen here.

Elysa Greenblatt Headshot
January 20, 2021

Divorce conflict can be tough on kids. Attorney Elysa Greenblatt explains how matrimonial attorneys represent children & how legal fees are decided. Listen here.

Emma Johnson Headshot
January 5, 2021

Journalist, author, & activist Emma Johnson talks about how child support can be a financial detriment to women & how to thrive as a single mom. Listen here.

Shri Bornstein Family Law Attorney
December 22, 2020

In this podcast replay, matrimonial & family law attorney Shari Bornstein talks about finding a holiday parenting middle ground. Listen here.

Regina DeMeo Divorce Attorney at Law
December 10, 2020

In this podcast episode, matrimonial attorney Regina DeMeo talks about the power of forgiveness when going through a divorce. Listen here.

Carrie Casden Certified Money Coach joins Stacy Francis on the Financially Ever After podcast
November 24, 2020

In this podcast episode, Certified Money Coach Carrie Casden discusses how to identify money archetypes plus how to become financially secure. Listen here.

November 11, 2020

Your health insurance and Medicare could be effected when going through a divorce. You will learn about the COBRA act which allows you to keep group health insurance for up to 18 months if you are going through a divorce and many other informative tips when it comes to health insurance.

October 27, 2020

Executive compensation is tricky: while an employee’s spouse may be entitled to the value of half of the compensation, most times the executive compensation plan does not allow those holdings to be transferred to anyone other than the employee.

October 13, 2020

Estate and trust planning should always be done with a certified attorney, as it is very easy to make a mistake when you don’t know the tricks of the trade.