If you feel as though you are experiencing financial abuse or you have a friend who might benefit from this topic discussion, this episode is a must listen. Stacy Francis, CFP ®, CDFA®, CES®, and founder of Savvy Ladies shares how anyone suffering from financial, emotional and physical abuse can take the necessary steps to get out of this type of situation. Learn what fuels Stacy’s passion for this topic and why it’s so important to take action and break free from feeling “trapped” as soon as possible.
- Stacey’s organization, Savvy Ladies: https://www.savvyladies.org/
- Stacey’s wealth management firm, Francis Financial: https://francisfinancial.com/
- National Domestic Violence Helpline: (800) 799-7233
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/
- The Allstate Foundation: https://allstatefoundation.org/what-we-do/end-domestic-violence/
- Serena Williams Crusades Against Domestic Violence: https://fairygodboss.com/articles/this-is-the-heartbreaking-reason-serena-williams-decided-to-speak-out-about-domestic-abuse
- Haven of Oakland County: https://www.haven-oakland.org/
- Safehouse Center of Ann Arbor: https://www.safehousecenter.org/
- The Women’s Center of Southeast Michigan: https://womenscentersemi.org/
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