Lili Vasileff is the proud author of the new book: “Money And Divorce: The Essential Road Map To Mastering Financial Decisions” published by the American Bar Association, November 2017. Click here to learn more and purchase your copy TODAY!
Lili Vasileff is quoted in a recent article by Bev O’Shea for the Atlanta Journal Constitution about the financial decisions that can complicate the emotional upheaval of a split. Before you agree to any division, Lili says “it is really important for the receiving person to understand the nature of each investment.”
Lili Vasileff is quoted in a recent article by Tom Anderson for CNBC’s ‘Your Money, Your Future’ on how to handle adult children moving back home. Lili says, “Create a spending plan and timeline. The plan should include how expenses are shared, what savings will be tapped to pay for additional expenses and how, if possible, those…
Lili attended the ninth annual Women in Business Conference which was held on May 16, 2017 at the Greenwich Country Club. The event, sponsored by Moffly Media, provided a forum for professional women to mingle and network, share expertise and gain insight into new opportunities. Lili is pictured here with retired judge Lynda Munroe at…
Lili Vasileff is quoted in a recent article by Angela Moore for Market Watch on why older couples are deciding to divorce in record numbers. Lili says, “What’s pushing gray divorce is people are living longer and they feel more entitled to living fully. They’ve contributed to raising children, they want an emotional journey, it’s their time now….
Lili Vasileff is quoted in a recent article by Beth Pinsker for Reuters Money on how older couples approach the financial aspects of divorce. Lili says, “Some couples are now putting together ‘post-nuptial’ agreements when they physically separate, just so there are rules for financial arrangements to cover things like disposable income and debts.”
Parents often face the competing challenge of funding their children’s college or their own retirement savings. During divorce, these goals collide more acutely. Income is stretched and expenses increase with two households. How do 529 plans come into play? Here is a great resource with more information: https://www.assettv.com/video/college-savings-savvy-under-what-circumstances-should-i-advise-clients-change-529-plans?chid=2091 College Savings Savvy: Under what circumstances…
Achieving this award reaffirms the commitment Lili Vasileff has to extraordinary service in addressing the financial needs of women and their families. “I am honored to receive this prestigious recognition and remain committed to serving the unique needs of women before, during and after divorce to protect and grow their wealth,” says Lili.
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.“
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.”