Lili Vasileff is a neutral expert who is recognized for her substantive financial expertise, judgment, and integrity. She has been trained as an Advanced Practitioner in both Mediation and the Collaborative Divorce Process.
We Can Help You Utilizing Techniques of:
- Case Evaluation
- Court Testimony
Lili mediates directly for litigating attorneys to help them and their clients resolve singular and complicated financial issues in matrimonial disputes. She also testifies in courts as a neutral expert on various financial issues in divorce trials.
Hallmarks of neutral Mediation are its voluntary nature, privacy, expediency, and that the process leaves the responsibility for the outcomes with the parties.
We generate fast, cost-effective, private and confidential solutions by using a neutral mediator to assist all parties in identifying and discussing issues of mutual concern, exploring various solutions, and reaching an acceptable settlement for the disputing parties. Our firm brings a specialized approach to mediation with an emphasis on different process skills that supplement the attorney’s expertise.
Case Evaluation (sometimes known as Early Neutral Evaluation):
Hallmarks of neutral Case Evaluation are independence, unbiased assessment, a “reality check”, and is harmless to all sides.
Our firm offers case evaluation independently or in conjunction with mediation or the collaborative process. Our firm’s neutral analysis focuses on the facts and we are able to provide both sides to a conflict unfiltered and unbiased information and feedback. Case evaluation is a useful tool in assessing both parties’ positions, the strengths and weaknesses of the case from each party’s perspective, and the value of the case.
Court Testimony: Adviser to the Judge Before and During Trial
Hallmarks of a neutral expert witness are the proven ability to explain and communicate analysis and conclusions clearly.
A neutral economic expert recognizes at a very practical level the complementarity between law and economics. In a lawsuit both disciplines help the court to determine what monetary relief would be most consistent with the applicable law. As a neutral economic expert, our role is to assist the Court in reaching informed decisions based solely on facts and the law. We ultimately must distill our economic opinions to a form that enables the Court to comprehend and absorb complex financial matters. Our analysis and testimony can be a pivotal element in concluding a case.