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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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April 23, 2019

Victoria McCooey was one of the many women who thought she had a husband who loved and idolized her but found herself married to an abusive man who kept her isolated and financially disempowered – questioning her own knowledge and pressuring her into taking on debt while controlling almost every aspect of her life. Victoria[…..]


April 9, 2019

After suffering far too long in an abusive marriage, Sheryl-Anne Sastow finally made the decision to get out of the relationship, only to then be faced with a drawn-out, expensive and emotionally painful divorce litigation.  On this episode of Financially Ever After, Sastow shares how her own experience inspired her to become a divorce mediator[…..]


March 26, 2019

When journalist and writer, Abby Ellin, learned that the man she had been engaged to had lied to her about everything from being a Navy SEAL to working for the CIA — and that he had been cheating on her much of the time they’d been together – she had to wonder why her usually strong[…..]


February 26, 2019

From a frugal upbringing in India, to an almost 15 year-long career working as a stock trader on Wall Street, writer and researcher Nyla has always possessed a strong fluency in the language of money.  But when faced with the abrupt endings of both her job and her marriage, Nyla took the opportunity to re-examine[…..]


February 12, 2019

On this week’s “Financially Ever After”, Stacy is joined by Laura Israel Sinrod (Senior Staff Attorney) and Rachel Braunstein (Managing Policy Attorney), two powerhouse legal professionals whose work with NYC not-for-profit, Her Justice, helps provide family and matrimonial law assistance to women in poverty, many of whom are survivors of domestic violence.  Listen in as[…..]


January 29, 2019

In this week’s episode of “Financially Ever After,” Barbara joins Stacy for a moving and insightful conversation revealing: From growing up in a home where dysfunctional dynamics around money created a “rollercoaster in the house”, to entering a marriage where the financial roles from her childhood were repeated, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Barbara Bennett[…..]


January 15, 2019

In this episode of Financially Ever After, Stacy talks with New York “Super Lawyer” Adria Hillman. With a long-standing history practicing corporate and family law, Adria’s client list has included well-known celebrities and entertainers, but her initial and continuing passion around family and divorce law remains helping all people who need help. Listen in as Adria shares[…..]


January 1, 2019

This week on Financially Ever After, Stacy is joined by New York family and matrimonial law attorney, Carolyn Walsh Parry. After an initial successful legal career in corporate law, the opportunity to participate in a Hague Convention (international child parental abduction) case led to Carolyn’s decision to transition from civil law to family law. Join Stacy[…..]


December 18, 2018

Join Stacy in an info-packed conversation with award-winning family and matrimony attorney, Amanda Trigg. Based in New Jersey, Amanda brings years of experience protecting her clients and their families through the complex and challenging process of divorce. In this episode, Amanda details how women who are contemplating divorce can prepare for the possibility of divorce[…..]


December 4, 2018

In this episode of “Financially Ever After”, Stacy talks with Sunny Joy McMillan, a recovering attorney, a practicing master life coach, award winning author, and a radio host. Sunny is also a happy divorcée who, after an incredibly high-conflict marriage, shared an amazing post-divorce friendship with her ex-husband until his passing in 2018. Listen in[…..]