Lili A. Vasileff was in the midst of her own divorce, sitting in a circle of women at a support group, when she realized that few in the group understood the impact of the financial decisions they were making.
Even Vasileff, who worked in corporate finance and felt comfortable talking about money, found that there were few professionals to turn to who could help her determine which financial decisions would be right for her.
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