About Stan

Stan Corey is a Certified Financial Planner™ Professional (CFP®), Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC), and Certified Private Wealth Advisor (CPWA). His career in financial services spans over thirty-five years. Stan was born in New York City and grew up in Stony Brook on Long Island. After graduating from American International College in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1971, he served in the US Navy. Since childhood, Stan has been an avid sailor, and navigating the seas has been his lifelong passion. He has sailed most of the East Coast, as well as Bermuda. For over twenty years, he competed in numerous sailing club and international regattas as skipper, helmsman, and tactician on a variety of boats from fifteen feet to sixty feet.

Stan is a sought-after expert who regularly provides financial commentary at national conferences, in print and online publications, and on TV. He has appeared in USA Today , Working Women magazine, MONEY, Good Housekeeping, and Northern Virginia magazine . Stan has been a featured speaker at the Women's Center in Virginia on the financial aspects of divorce. For twenty years, he published the News and Views, a quarterly newsletter covering financial topics; in the Rappahannock Record, he penned a weekly column, "Stan's Financial Corner"; and he co-wrote and taught the Economic Issues in Divorce curriculum, which is a required course for mediator certification at Northern Virginia Mediation Service (NVMS). Stan works closely with foremost family law firms throughout the Mid-Atlantic providing financial expertise, and he regularly serves as an expert witness and financial coach in divorce cases.

Stan currently lives in Great Falls, Virginia, with his wife, Jayme. When they're not spending time with their adult children and grandchildren, the couple enjoys traveling and golfing. On occasion, Stan still takes to the seas and visits some of his old haunts in the Chesapeake Bay.


Posted on March 12, 2018

In 1964, Bob Dylan wrote the song, The Times They Are a-Changin. As he sang those famous words, I wonder if he had any idea how much they would come to represent an entire generation of Americans.