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Client Divorce? Follow the Money
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When Lili Vasileff’s high-priced divorce lawyer wasn’t able to answer the tax and financial planning questions she had about her impending split and suggested that she spend less time fretting about money and more time looking for a new spouse, she knew something was wrong. But when she realized every newly single woman she met had a similar experience, she decided to upend her career to do something about it.

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