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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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August 8, 2017

This week, Stacy is joined by friend and single mother, Deirdre Coupe Hopkins as she reflects on her divorce and the role money played in this chapter of her life. After leaving her alcoholic ex-husband, Deirdre raised all four children on her own. With the help of education, family and community, she ultimately gained her[…..]


August 7, 2017

Top New York City divorce coach, Liza Caldwell, joins Stacy to discuss how to navigate her proven approach of the 4 stages of divorce. In this episode, Liza opens up about how going back to school and how being a role model for her children were major turning points in her life. Whether you are[…..]


July 24, 2017

Stacy and Jennifer Kouzi, a top matrimonial and family attorney, discuss mistakes you might make when going through divorce, tips for making custody battles go as smoothly as possible and understanding the difference between legal and physical (residential) custody. Ever wondered what your judge is thinking? In this episode, you will gain insight on how[…..]


This week, Stacy chats with successful business woman, caring mother, and friend, Kathy Ellman, as she shares her story of divorce. Stacy and Kathy reflect on her first marriage, the lessons she learnt and how she was able to find love again. She reveals how communication is key in maintaining her relationship, shared finances and[…..]


July 12, 2017

This week, Financially Ever After welcomes Marcia Butler, author of The Skin Above My Knee. Marcia shares how listening to music starting at the age of 4 saved her life and was ultimately the reason she survived an abusive childhood. Marcia Butler’s difficult childhood experiences led her to pick men that were not good for her,[…..]


This week, Financially Ever After welcomes Marcia Butler, author of The Skin Above My Knee. Marcia shares how listening to music starting at the age of 4 saved her life and was ultimately the reason she survived an abusive childhood. Marcia Butler’s difficult childhood experiences led her to pick men that were not good for her,[…..]