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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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May 7, 2018

This week, Stacy is joined by Joy Loverde, a consultant on active aging and the elder-care industry. She’s the author of, “Who Will Take Care of Me When I’m Old” and “The Complete Eldercare Planner.” It’s important to think about what you can be doing to age as active and happy as possible. In this[…..]


April 24, 2018

This week Stacy is joined by successful business woman, Jenny Powers. Jenny married her childhood sweetheart and then found herself filing for divorce, mainly due to issues around money. When Jenny’s divorce attorney asked her basic questions related to her financial situation and she realized she couldn’t answer them, she decided things needed to change.[…..]


April 9, 2018

Nationally recognized transitional life strategist, author, keynote, and reinvention expert, Randi Levin joins Stacy this week on Financially Ever After. Randi’s core belief is that women have the choice and the power to carve out and curate their own legacy based on embracing their ongoing evolution. This inspiring episode is for individuals who are going[…..]


March 26, 2018

This week Stacy is joined by successful business woman, Lara Kisielewska. You will gain insight on a whole new, cheaper and quicker approach to divorce. Do It Yourself (DIY) is a technique that eliminates the need to hire outside professionals, making the process extremely cost-effective. Lara met her current husband on a volunteer trip and[…..]


March 13, 2018

This week, Stacy is joined by attorney, social worker, and founder of DLM Divorce Mediation, Debra Mechanick. Debra clearly understands the clinical dynamic of family relationships, and will advise you on how to take a peaceful approach to separation and divorce. How does one make well-reasoned, logical financial decisions when in the midst of what,[…..]


February 27, 2018

Mali List Mayer, a single mother and solopreneur, who has launched her life independently, joins Stacy this week. Mali hones in on the importance of educating yourself financially from a young age. From learning how to budget to choosing the right adviser for you. Stacy and Mali provides savvy tips to get on top of[…..]


February 13, 2018

This week Stacy is joined by psychiatrist and author of Fulfilled for a Valentine’s day special about finding yourself before you find your soulmate. Fulfilled illustrates how the science of spirituality helps you live a happier, more meaningful life. In this episode Stacy and Anna provide you with real life examples and exercises focusing on[…..]


January 30, 2018

This week, Stacy is joined by Francis Financial’s very own, Davon Barrett. Davon shares his personal story of growing up in a divorced family and how it’s impacted him today. This powerful episode brings to light a child’s perspective and provides key takeaways for what parents can be conscious of when bringing up their children[…..]


January 16, 2018

This week, Stacy and matrimonial attorney, Randi Karmel, dive into the importance of preparing a divorce settlement that incorporates planning for your special needs child’s financial future. Randi shares words of wisdom, pulling from her extensive experience, to ensure you are supporting your child, regardless of potential disagreements in parental decisions. In this episode, Stacy[…..]


January 2, 2018

Stacy is joined by Publisher and Editor in Chief of The New York Amsterdam News, Elinor Tatum. Elinor is a single mom to her 7 year old daughter, and has been divorced for 5 years, and in this episode, she talks about the importance of taking care of yourself and building your support team for[…..]