It is no surprise that divorce is one of the most impactful life events that one can experience – it can be emotionally, financially, and sometimes even physically draining. So much so, that many compare the emotional experience of divorce to that of the death of a loved one. In this webinar, Stacy Francis, CFP®, CDFA™, CES™ and Carly Newhouse, LMSW will discuss the emotional and financial consequences of divorce and provide you with the tools you need to successfully navigate this difficult transition.
You will learn:
To identify and understand the complex roller coaster of emotions you might experience;
To seek out and use effective coping tools to ensure your self-care and that of your children;
To take key financial steps to best protect yourself and your family; and
To access the emotional and financial resources and support you need
About Stacy Francis:
Stacy is the President & CEO of Francis Financial and the Founder of Savvy Ladies. Stacy is a nationally-recognized financial expert who attended the New York University Center for Finance, Law and Taxation, where she completed the Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®) designation. She comes with over 18 years of experience in the financial industry and is dedicated to her ongoing professional education. Stacy is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ (CDFA™) a Divorce Financial Strategist™ as well as a Certified Estate and Trust Specialist (CES™). She is the Director of the Association of Divorce Financial Planners’ (ADFP) Greater New York Metro Chapter, the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors (NAPFA) and the Financial Planning Association (FPA). Stacy is one of twenty of the nation’s leading wealth managers on CNBC’s Digital Financial Advisor Council and she frequently appears in media outlets such as CNN, PBS, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today.
About Carly Newhouse:
Carly brings her skills and experience as a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) to her work as a bereavement specialist and grief counselor. Through her work as a pediatric social worker at Mount Sinai Hospital and bereavement group facilitator at A Caring Hand, Carly has counseled pregnant individuals and couples, parents, siblings, and school communities of critically ill and deceased children on how to effectively process grief and loss. Carly also offers culturally-sensitive bereavement workshops and staff debriefings to for-profit and community based organizations as a means of supporting and unifying staff to deliver the finest services to clients while being mindful of their own needs. Carly completed her social work training at the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College and graduated Barnard College magna cum laude. For years Carly has assumed a leadership role in the Barnard alumni community as a member of the Professional and Leadership Development Committee. Carly has been invited to speak on bereavement and loss to a broad range of audiences, including community based organizations, hospitals, and financial services organizations among others.