Lili’s latest post on the topic of remarriage later in life. You can also read Lili’s writing on the Iris website and by following her Twitter feed at: https://twitter.com/LiliVasileff
Once again this year, the Greenwich Best Businesses selection group has chosen Lili Vasileff, CFP for the 2016 Greenwich Best Businesses Award in the Investing Category. Lili is a two time winner, having also been recognized in 2015!
As we learn about the latest court filings on July 22nd regarding late musician Prince’s estimated $250 million estate, this protracted legal process
In the latest “Till Death Do Us Part” feature at LifeHealth.com, Lili Vasileff describes some of the pitfalls that spouses may encounter when divorcing if annuities are involved, and how to avoid them.
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.”
An Interview with Laura Weintraub Beck by Lili Vasileff It was my pleasure to have the opportunity to interview Trust and Estate Attorney Laura Weintraub Beck about her work with couples who seek estate planning and family business protection strategies for safeguarding their legacy.
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: