How to protect yourself, your adult children, and your grandchildren.
- Financial infidelity is about deception in marriage.
- Financial infidelity in gray divorce presents difficult challenges such as economic damage, emotional upheaval, and financial insecurity.
- Crucial steps to prevent financial infidelity include monitoring joint accounts closely and getting historical copies of monthly statements.
Gray divorce refers to couples 50 and older. I recently spoke with Lili Vasileff, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, mediator, and litigation divorce financial expert, to provide information about important financial topics to gray divorce couples and their adult children.
- Many gray divorce couples are shocked when they learn about the laws in their states governing alimony.
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Gray divorce refers to couples aged 50 and older. Divorces include legal, emotional, and financial issues. To provide information about important financial topics to gray divorce couples and their adult children, I recently spoke to Lili Vasileff, a certified divorce financial analyst, mediator, and litigation divorce financial expert, practitioner, writer, and author of books on divorce, including Money & Divorce: The Essential… Read More
After a divorce, some women feel confident and ready to take over all the finances. Others feel uncertain, after years of delegating this job to a spouse. Either way, after a divorce is a good time to take stock and set a financial course for the rest of your life. This webinar addresses common pitfalls, cashflow, assets, healthcare, and… Read More
Join me on September 1st from 2:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT for a live virtual event where I'll discuss "Starting Over after 50: Financial Principles for Divorced Women"
The U.S. divorce rate dropped for the third consecutive year reaching its lowest point in nearly 40 years according to BGSU National Center for Family and Marriage Research. Interestingly, in contrast, the divorce rate among couples ages 50 and older, is growing rapidly. Today, 25% of the couples getting divorced in America are over the age of 50.
Understanding Social Security… Read More
Check out my latest episode with Stephanie at Up A Notch Learning where we talk about...
Lili Vasileff and Stephanie Dobson talk all about the financial aspects of divorce.
Getting divorced later in life is an increasingly common phenomenon, but it comes with added challenges. In this webinar Read More
Join us on LinkedIn on December 8th at 12:00 PM ET for our webinar on Gray Divorce - Getting Divorced in Retirement.