In this article by Sandra Block for Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Lili Vasileff contributes her expertise to an examination of the financial issues involved in re-marriage. Lili says: “Many older couples decide not to get married because they don’t want to lose spousal Social Security benefits or a former spouse’s pension."Read More
In this article written by Lili Vasileff for Money.com, Lili examines the sure-fire financial indicators that a spouse is heading toward divorce. Lili says: "Divorces can have win-lose, win-win, or lose-lose outcomes. Preparation helps your case. And the earlier you recognize that divorce is imminent, the better you’ll be able to prepare." Read More
In this article by Liz Skinner for Investment News, Lili Vasileff contributes to a discussion of the warning signs that a spouse's financial deceptions may be taking a toll on a marriage. Lili says: "When secretive spending becomes a behavior that's pervasive, then there's something negative happening in the marriage." Read More
In this article by Veronica Dagher in the Wall Street Journal, Lili Vasileff contributes to a discussion of ways you can tilt the mediation process in your favor in a divorce or a business dispute. Lili says: “Often it’s not just about the money. The other side might want to hear your thanks or an apology.” Read More
In this article by Jean Chatzky for BankRate.com, Lili Vasileff contributes to a discussion of the fact that 1 in 4 couples getting a divorce is older than 50. Untying the knot later in life is a different animal, in many ways. Lili says: “"What makes divorce challenging for people in their 50s, and in their late 50s, especially, is the fact that typically… Read More
When divorcing, finances are of the utmost importance. In this episode of Start Over Smart on Divorce Source Radio, Lili Vasileff, a pioneer in the field of divorce financial planning, provides financial tips for divorcing couples and families. Making financial decisions can feel like stepping into a world of the unknown. Lili has over thirty plus years of experience in divorce… Read More
In this article by Jean Chatzky for Fortune.com, Lili Vasileff contributes to the discussion of recent research that finds many more men than women have bank accounts or credit cards that their spouse or live-in partner don’t know about. Should a married woman have a slush fund…a stash of cash that her spouse doesn’t have access to and maybe doesn’t even know… Read More
In this news article by Anna Robaton for CNBC.com, Lili Vasileff offers her advice on the financial steps to take before exchanging vows. Lili says, "Set aside time to talk about money issues so that it becomes routine. This also minimizes the emotional impact of being caught unprepared to discuss money."