I joined Kate Anthony on her podcast to discuss financial abuse; what it looks like, the complexities involved, and red flags to watch for. Listen to our conversation →
Lindsay Mott | April 10, 2020
Forced to downsize to a single income after a major pay cut? Here are five things to do to re-establish financial security in your… Read More
"Divorce by the Decade" from Divorce & Other Things You Can Handle by Worthy with Lili Vasileff.
[audio mp3="https://wealthprotectionmanagement.com/wp-content/uploads/S2E9-Divorce_by_Decade-Lili_Vasileff.mp3"… Read More
“Dirty John: Narcissism & Control Over Money in Romantic Relationships with Divorce Financial Expert, Lili Vasileff” on Breaking Free: A Modern Divorce Podcast… Read More
Lili is interviewed on the Trevor & Jill Show about how to prepare for divorce.
[vid site="youtube" id="47nf77bKbBk" mw="maxwidth640" align="left"… Read More
If you’re divorced, you don’t need to be told that your financial life has changed. However, one key indicator — how willing you are to talk to family about money — shows just how much your finances and relationships can be upended. HBO Results from the CNBC Invest in… Read More
While it's common for one partner to handle most money decisions in a marriage, it's important for planners to make sure to listen to both.
It's not uncommon for couples to split up their household duties, with the more money-savvy partner handling the finances. But financial planners say cases where one spouse completely dominates discussions about money and investments while… Read More
When your spouse passes away, you don't have to struggle financially
November 26, 2018
In March 2013, Ginny McKinney and her husband, Dan, were shopping for a camper to pursue their dream of traveling to great golf courses around the country. Then Dan died of a heart… Read More
In March 2013, Ginny McKinney and her husband, Dan, were shopping for a camper to pursue their dream of traveling to great golf courses around the country. Then Dan died of a heart attack. He was 62 years old and she was 59.
“It was devastating. Grief is like an onion. You have the initial shock of the loss itself,… Read More
- Almost half of Americans say their spouses or significant others do not know how much they spend during the holiday season.
- In some cases, shoppers are purposely keeping their spouse in the dark.
- Holiday overspending can trigger relationship and financial problems.
Laura Galligan | @GalliganLaura
Published November 29, 2018 CNBC.com
For… Read More