Lili A. Vasileff CDFA®, CFP®, MAFF®

Divorce and MoneyMatters, LLC

777 West Putnam Avenue
Suite 300
Greenwich CT 06830

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Lili A. Vasileff is a pioneer and award recipient for leadership and advocacy in the field of divorce financial planning. 

She is President Emeritus of the national Association of Divorce Financial Planners, having served as President for 15 years. She is the author of 3 divorce books, including"Money and Divorce: The Essential Roadmap to Mastering Financial Decisions" published by the American Bar Association, their first and only book on money and divorce for the public and professionals.

She is nationally recognized as the "go-to" expert in financial planning for divorce as a practitioner, writer and speaker. Lili has many years of experience and an interdisciplinary knowledge of legal and financial issues. She brings clarity to complicated marital property and complex compensation issues in the divorce process. She is a qualified financial expert in court, testifying on complex matrimonial litigation issues. She is a Mediator and a Collaborative Divorce trainer and Advanced Divorce Financial Specialist.

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She holds CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER (tm) designation (CFP (r) mark), Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF) specializing in matrimonial litigation, and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (®), CDFA (®), designations. Also professional certifcations from the Executive Management Education Program in International Investments by Stanford University Business School and the London Business School, and a certified financial planning degree from the College of Financial Planning in Denver, CO.

She is also the co-author of  “The Ultimate Divorce Organizer: The Complete Legal and Financial Guide to Divorce as well as co-authored a chapter “Complex Compensation Issues In Divorce” in the book “Forensic Accounting in Matrimonial Divorce”, published by Wiley & Sons in 2006. 

She has been quoted or interviewed in many publications, radio, and TV, including Journal of Financial Planning, Bloomberg News, Reuters, SmartMoney Magazine, Working Mother Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, New York Times Sunday Business Section, Morningstar’s article series  on “How to be an Expert Witness”, the Financial Times, Investment News, Elle Magazine and many more.  She serves as financial divorce expert for NY Times and for, a joint online venture for personal finance by Dow Jones and the Wall Street Journal.  She has pioneered live mock mediation sessions with radio talk shows on VoiceAmerica and been featured on a local radio and TV stations talking about the importance of divorce financial planning.