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Stacy Francis

Stacy is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) and has completed specialized training in the financial issues of divorce through the College for Divorce Specialists. Stacy is also the Founder of Savvy Ladies(r), a 15,000+ strong non-profit organization that empowers women to take control of their finances and achieve a more rich and rewarding life.

Stacy Francis

Most Recent Articles

Is Your Spouse Hiding Assets From You?

Friday, 30 April 2010 16:54
Not surprisingly, assets are often hidden in a divorce situation. Why? Well simply greed, or the feelings of betrayal or anger at the need to divide assets in the divorce, or the fear of not having enough after the divorce all motivate the behavior…
More often than not, women find themselves in dire need of solid financial advice after a divorce. Their ex-husbands generally make more money and have more financial power than they do. This can be quite unfair, particularly when women usually gain …
I recently worked with Sandra, who had split with her ex several years ago. Her ex-husband agreed to pay off the couple’s $60,000 in credit-card debt. They made the agreement part of their official divorce decree. That, Sandra thought, was…

A Crash Course on Handling Your Money

Thursday, 25 February 2010 11:02
Volumes have been written on how to handle your finances. We are going to try and cover it all, so fasten your seatbelts.Set priorities Sit down with a cup of tea and think about what it is that you want in life. Do you want to send your children to …

Don't Let Your Ex Ruin Your Credit

Friday, 02 December 2011 07:56
From Megan Thomas: If I file for divorce, yet still have some joint credit accounts with my husband that I haven't yet closed, am I responsible for any debt he incurs&
Divorces are very complicated and can take a huge emotional toll on you. The last thing you need is for your divorce to be a financial disaster as well. One of the biggest questions on everyone's mind during a divorce is "How are we going to split…