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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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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[…..]


November 20, 2018

In this week’s podcast, Stacy talks with New York Divorce attorney Chaim Steinberger – a passionate believer in “divorce without destruction”, as he shares his unique perspective on how women can find the right lawyer to represent them. Chaim went through his own rather nasty divorce and said to himself, “There’s got to be a[…..]


November 6, 2018

This week on Financially Ever After, Stacy is joined by “The Divorcierge,” Karen Bigman. Karen’s background includes both an M.B.A. and Divorce and Life Coach training, making her a powerful source of practical and tactical divorce advice. In addition, Karen also brings personal pre- and post- divorce experience to her work. In this conversation, she[…..]


October 23, 2018

In this week’s episode, Stacy talks with CEO & Founder of Behavioral Cents, Carrie Rattle. As a Master Money Coach for professional women, Carrie is living her passion to empower women with the skills and knowledge to save and build wealth. As she so brilliantly states it, “With wealth, women gain an equal vote in[…..]


October 9, 2018

This week, Stacy is joined by Barbara Huson, a leading authority on the connection between women, wealth, and power. Along with being an experienced financial coach and speaker, Barbara has published 6 books, applying the wisdom she gained in her journey through 2 divorces, to empower millions of women. Her ultimate goal is to help individuals live[…..]


September 25, 2018

Matrimonial attorneys, Linda Decorato and Bryan Goldstein, share the top tips you need to know to get on top of your financial picture, without arousing the suspicion of your husband, before you file for divorce and while you are still under the same roof. Linda and Bryan tell real-life stories of women who went from[…..]


September 11, 2018

This week, Stacy is joined by Sallie Mullins Thompson, a CPA who has been through the divorce process, herself. Sallie focuses on the importance of being financially independent for a healthy marriage, as well as for a healthy divorce, should it come to that.  Becoming financially independent, like coming to the decision to end one’s[…..]


August 28, 2018

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.  This week, Stacy[…..]


August 14, 2018

This week, Stacy is joined by the financial editor of NBC’s TODAY show, owner of DailyWorth, AARP’s personal finance ambassador and host of the podcast HerMoney, Jean Chatzky. In this episode, Stacy dives deeper into Jean’s book, ‘Age Proof’ to focus on the importance of what women can do to achieve both financial independence and[…..]