Jul
25

The Skin Above My Knee: Marcia Butler’s Personal Story

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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, later in life. Three divorces later, Marcia talks about the tools she used to survive divorce and for thriving in her new single life.

Show Contact Info:

Marcia Butler | W: http://marciabutlerauthor.com/

Stacy Francis | W: www.francisfinancial.com P: 212-374-9008 E: Stacy@francisfinancial.com

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Jul
25

Moving Forward: Navigating Divorce Grief

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Award-winning financial advisor, Stacy Francis, debuts her “Financially Ever After” podcast and interviews life, career and grief coach, Nesreen Mahmoud. Together, they discuss the grief involved in the divorce process, financial mistakes to avoid and how best to take care of yourself in order to move forward in this new chapter of your life in a positive way. You will receive access to a wellness tracking sheet, learn about the Ostrich effect and hear a sneak preview of episodes to come.

Show Contact Info:

Nesreen Mahmoud | W: http://www.harborlightcoaching.com/ P: 917-830-6863 E: Nesreen@harborlightcoaching.com

Free gift for podcast listeners (wellness tracking sheet): www.harborlightcoaching.com/everafter

Stacy Francis | W: www.francisfinancial.com P: 212-374-9008 E: Stacy@francisfinancial.com

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Jul
24

Survive and Thrive after Infidelity

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David Feder, a therapist specializing in helping people recovery from infidelity not only believes that the majority of people can save their marriage and keep their families intact, they can SURVIVE infidelity and THRIVE!  David brings his expertise to DSR where in this podcast he speaks about his own 12 Pre-Requisites to Recovery that Participating Partners and Hurt Partners require in order to successfully recover.  David believes that following the pre-requisites for a successful recovery increases the likelihood for a successful recovery and the possibility of having a relationship that thrives.  Something we all want.

David Feder

Of course there are mistakes that people may make and David highlights his Five top Recovery Hurdles for us.  Lemony Snicket, a writer, musician and novelist said, “What might seem to be a series of unfortunate events may be the first steps of a journey”.  David suggests that “if you are currently suffering from infidelity, follow my 12 Pre-Requisites for Recovery and begin your journey.  You may be pleasantly surprised.  Infidelity can be an opportunity to jump start your relationship, it does not have to be an ending.”  We hope you will tune in.

For more on David visit www.CloseConnections.ca.

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Jul
24

Divorce Finances – 5 Essentials to be Financially Prepared

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Your finances are certain to change during and after divorce and therefore raise fear in just about everyone facing this transition.  Today we speak with Elizabeth Polizzi, a financial expert who specializes in strategizing around the finances of divorce.  She discusses how vital it is to be informed and educated in order to negotiate the best possible settlement.  

In this straightforward talk, Elizabeth elaborates on the 5 Keys to preparing financially for your divorce.  She invites you to examine in great detail what you have, what you owe, what you need and what you want and offers valuable tips and the best way to negotiate your settlement.  

 

For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.

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Jul
10

Mediation and Negotiation with Jennifer Kouzi

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Jennifer Kouzi

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 judges view your statement of net worth, in order to better prepare yourself for the courtroom.

Show Contact Information:

Jennifer Kouzi | W: http://www.kkallp.com/   P: 212-921-5526 E: jennifer@kkallp.com

Stacy Francis | W: www.francisfinancial.com P: 212-374-9008 E: Stacy@francisfinancial.com

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Jul
10

The Skin Above My Knee: Marcia Butler’s Personal Story

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Marcia Butler

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’s early experiences gave her a template for the men she chose later in life. Three divorces later, Marcia talks about the tools she used to survive divorce and for thriving in her new single life.

Show Contact Information:

Marcia Butler | W: http://marciabutlerauthor.com/

Stacy Francis | W: www.francisfinancial.com P: 212-374-9008 E: Stacy@francisfinancial.com

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Jul
10

Moving Forward: Navigating Life Transitions with Nesreen Mahmoud

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Nesreen Mahmoud

Award-winning financial advisor, Stacy Francis, debuts her “Financially Ever After” podcast and interviews life, career and grief coach, Nesreen Mahmoud. Together, they discuss the grief involved in the divorce process, financial mistakes to avoid and how best to take care of yourself in order to move forward in this new chapter of your life in a positive way. You will receive access to a wellness tracking sheet, learn about the Ostrich effect and hear a sneak preview of episodes to come.

Show Contact Information:

Nesreen Mahmoud | W: http://www.harborlightcoaching.com/ P: 917-830-6863 E: Nesreen@harborlightcoaching.com

Free gift for podcast listeners (wellness tracking sheet): www.harborlightcoaching.com/everafter

Stacy Francis | W: www.francisfinancial.com P: 212-374-9008 E: Stacy@francisfinancial.com

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Jul
05

The Mediation Approach to Divorce – Is It The Right Choice For You?

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Mediation is a non-adversarial approach to divorcing outside of the court system.  Join us as Andrea Vacca explains who is a good fit for mediation, how it differs from other avenues for divorcing and takes us through a typical mediation case from beginning to end.  You will be sure to know if this is the right fit for you and if so what to expect as you enter the mediation process.

For more on Karen McMahon and Journey Beyond Divorce visit: www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.

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Jun
26

The Collaborative Approach to Divorce

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A Team approach using creative problem solving

Collaborative divorce is the newest ‘kid on the block’ when it comes to divorce.  It is a process in which you and your spouse commit to staying out of the court system and working in a spirit of creative problem solving, transparency and trust.  Beth Dalena, Esq. shares what a Collaborative Divorce looks like and who is a good couple candidate and who is not.  We also explore the emotional, legal and financial benefits of divorcing outside the court system.

For more info on Karen McMahon and Journey Beyond Divorce visit: www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.

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Jun
13

The Court Approach to Divorce: The Process and Benefits of Litigation

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Most people considering divorce expect that they will have to ‘litigate’ in order to legally divorce.  There is also a lot of criticism around the litigation process.  Listen in as Wendy Samuelson, Esq. shares the benefits and protections of working within the courts to divorce.  Wendy shares what litigating means, how the process typically unfolds and when and how it can offer protection and support.  We also explore how to hire a litigating attorney that is a good fit for you.

For more information on Journey Beyond Divorce visit: www.JourneyBeyondDivorce.com.

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