As you approach your golden years, you realize you may be heading toward divorce. Now you start asking questions: how does one start the process, how much is it going to cost, and how long does it take? Many Baby Boomers have misconceptions about divorce. These misconceptions arise from all sorts of people who mean…
An Interview with Dr. Janis Spring by Lili Vasileff I was fortunate to have the opportunity to interview Dr. Janis Spring about her work with couples who have experienced the event of an affair in their relationships.
I read the recent New York Times’ The Upshot column titled “As Women Take Over a Male-Dominated Field, the Pay Drops” in which the question was asked: “Why is progress stalling?” This got me thinking about how things have changed, and have not changed, from one generation to the next. So here is my own list of…
The New York Times ‘The Upshot’ column recently explored current demographic trends in an article titled So Long Cinderella: New Era of Marriage Fuels Class Divide. It began by stating:
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 recently contributed her expertise in a panel discussion for the American Bar Association’s webinar series. Facing the challenges of divorce are never easy but an added factor of a special needs child can be a major hurdle.
For many years there has been no means by which to save tax-deferred money for a child with disabilities without placing at risk their government entitlements. But in 2014, Congress created Achieving Better Life Experience (ABLE) accounts.
I understand that most consumers who invest don’t fully understand the financial jargon of the word fiduciary. Since there are now new rules applying to the industry, I think it timely to briefly describe how I differentiate myself
I read with great interest several recent articles about the upcoming changes to Social Security rules. One in particular which I will recommend is by Philip Moeller who is an expert on retirement, aging, and health
Lili Vassileff was the featured presenter on a recent webinar for the Financial Planning Association. Her presentation, “Divorce and Your Finances” covered topics including; legal options for divorce, key financial issues, 10 important considerations