Lili Vasileff is quoted in a recent article by Veronica Dagher for the Wall Street Journal on the topic of the signs of divorce such as changes in behavior, spending habits and other signs that a spouse could be contemplating divorce. Lili says, “behavioral and workplace changes are common red flags.”
Lili Vasileff is quoted in a recent article by Kelli Grant for CNBC focused on the topic of coping with divorce. Lili describes the many financial tasks you must complete as your divorce agreement is finalized — but she cautions, “You really need to read your agreement very carefully.” Read more of Lili’s advice…
Lili Vasileff is quoted in a recent article by Ingrid Case for Financial Planning focused on the topic of taking the leap to become a published author. Lili describes her own book writing experience and notes that an effective book is one that the author “can be proud of and brands the author as a…
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Lili Vasileff is quoted in a recent article by Arielle O’Shea for USA Today focused on the topic of divorce among couples nearing retirement. Lili says, “You really need to evaluate your sources of income and sources of expenses. Many times,
In this article published in Bloomberg News, Lili Vasileff contributes to a discussion of the state of information sharing in marriages — especially when it comes to financial details. Lili says, ‘‘Most couples don’t share fully financial details
In this recent MoneyBox feature at Slate.com, Lili Vasileff shares her advice with a letter writer who asks if she is on the right track with her post-divorce finances. Lili says: “She’s doing all the right things, but there’s not enough money to accomplish it all.”
Lili Vasileff is quoted in a recent article by Brittney Laryea for Magnify Money on how to handle a spouse who is chronically overspending. Lili says, “Financial infidelity is not a financial exercise, its an emotional exercise. Sometimes overspending may be the result of miscommunication, emergency spending, or unrelated, deeply seated emotional issues like an addiction.“