In this article for Money.com, Lili Vasileff examines the value of ex-spouses creating a mutually acceptable post-divorce action plan for moving forward once the ink is dry on your divorce decree. Lili says: “The necessary logistical details are rarely spelled out in a divorce agreement, and they always place the burden of follow-through on the…
In this article for CNBC.com, Lili Vasileff shares her insight in a discussion of what to do — and what not to do — when people suddenly find themselves single. Lili says: “Many times with a divorce, individuals just let the dust settle and don’t open the divorce agreement and end up missing critical deadlines. ”
In this article for LifeHealth.com, Lili Vasileff explores the topic of late in life divorce. She says, “As a Baby Boomer approaching retirement, let us assume that you and your spouse have been fiscally responsible for most of your lives. But what happens when one household now unexpectedly divides itself in two with a late in life divorce?”
In this article for SunTrust, Lili Vasileff shares her expertise to help consumers understand how divorce affects credit scores and what steps to take to minimize the impact. Lili says: “The most important tip for people going through a divorce is to “know your finances.”
In this article written by Lili Vasileff for Time.com, Lili examines the impact on the legal landscape of the recent Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage. Lili says: “Same-sex married couples need to take control of their financial planning and leave as little as possible to interpretation.”
By FPA Member Lili A. Vasileff, CFP®, CDFA™ Published: January 27, 2012 As Baby Boomers approach the last hurdle before the magic retirement age of 65, it is becoming increasingly newsworthy that growing legions of older Americans are untying the marital knot. With this trend for “gray” divorces, there are several challenges: dividing one household into…
In this Q. and A. for First Wives World, Lili Vasileff discusses the trend of women paying alimony and how that reflects on gender roles in marriage and divorce proceedings.