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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March 17, 2020

Funding Your Divorce Without Access to Money  Nicole Noonan of New Chapter Capital is a former attorney with years of experience seeing women boxed in with financial challenges during a divorce. Divorce can be expensive; the average divorce in New York costs 17k per person, and can sometimes be much worse. This fact can keep[…..]

March 3, 2020

Lauren Gaynor is a Litigation & Real Estate Partner specializing in Matrimonial Litigation at Teitler & Teitler. She chats with Stacy Francis about custody, child support, and how to make your divorce easier for your children. Here are a few highlights from their conversation: During your divorce, finding the right attorney in matrimonial is important[…..]

February 18, 2020

This week’s guest is Gabrielle Hartley, a divorce mediator who is known as a case closer. She has been able to keep 99% of her cases out of the courtroom. She chats with Stacy Francis about how she manages to move her clients through the divorce process without using the courts. She also discusses why[…..]

February 4, 2020

This week’s guest on Financially Ever After is Dana Stutman, a matrimonial divorce attorney who runs a successful private practice in partnership with her husband Michael Stutman. She brings a unique insight on the topic of being in business with your spouse, and shares important tips women can use to protect themselves and their family[…..]

January 21, 2020

In this episode of Financially Every After, Stacy Francis speaks with Bari Tessler, the author of The Art of Money. They talk about how your relationship with money can impact all aspects of your life, the unfortunate fact that many of us had inconsistent, or totally absent financial educations, and the surprising ways our bodies[…..]

January 7, 2020

Host Stacy Francis welcomes attorney and social worker, Kristen Lyndaker to this week’s show. Kristen holds a Master’s degree in Social Work and has worked in the foster care and adoption field. She is also a practicing matrimonial attorney who specializes in Collaborative Family Law and Mediation. This area, she says, is a niche in[…..]

December 17, 2019

Mia Poppe had a successful 22-year career as a senior-level banker. Her own disastrous first divorce was the catalyst that led her to go to law school at the age of 42 and retrain as a matrimonial attorney. She now runs her own successful private practice. Mia joins Stacy Francis this week to chat about[…..]

December 3, 2019

Ten years ago, matrimonial attorney Lauren Friend started her own law firm because she wanted to help people through the worst times of their lives. Her clients see her as their support lifeline, which helps them get through the divorce process as healthily as possible. Apart from working with adults however, Lauren also works with[…..]

November 19, 2019

Claire, this week’s guest on Financially Ever After, has lived through many hardships. She bravely shares her story so that listeners who may be in a similar situation can find some help and hope. Claire has been living month to month for the last year and a half. Her ex-husband decided not to pay alimony[…..]

November 5, 2019

Tanya-Marie Dubé is a master of transformation. She has lived through some very traumatic experiences: from being born into the foster care system, to being homeless from ages 12 to 18, to leaving her marriage of 18½ years without her home or any finances. Through each adversity, Tanya was able to change her perspective and[…..]