Victoria is sharing her expertise through podcast interviews, articles & more!

Lives Radio Show & Podcast

Podcast host: Stuart Chittenden

Victoria shares stories of how her father – a Russian American nuclear engineer – found love in rural Nebraska, built several businesses, but suffered an untimely stroke that had Victoria questioning not only her family’s financial planning, but also the science of money and behavioral psychology more broadly. 

The (Br)other Side

Podcast host: Alex Pearson

Victoria is all about the numbers and why understanding facts can be the difference in a sink or float. In this episode, Victoria explains how taking the guess work out of the picture when dealing with emotional situations helps achieve win-win outcomes that benefits all parties and preserves resources and relationships. Tune in to learn more about her story and her process!

The Journey

Podcast host: Van Deeb

Listen to the newest podcast feature where Victoria shares insights into the world of finance & divorce, and shares what makes her passionate about guiding clients through difficult life situations and helping them emerge financially stronger. 

Victoria's Interviews for KETV

What happens when you're ready for a raise?

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What happens when you win the lottery?

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About Victoria Kirilloff

Victoria partners with high-net-worth families and divorcing couples to preserve their financial resources without burning bridges or paying the expensive cost of prolonged litigation. She’s the founder of Wealth Analytics and Divorce Analytics, which takes a holistic and win-win approach to wealth retention, inheritance navigation and estate administration, and divorce settlements. 

Victoria brings unmatched expertise and perspective backed by her personal background in managing her family business and her work experience at Mutual of Omaha as an insurance professional and at Morgan Stanley as a financial advisor. 

Victoria is also a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) and Nationally Certified Professional in Mediation (NCPM) - which means she operates as a neutral third party who facilitates clear communication and empowers her clients to stay open to creative solutions and a sustainable financial ecosystem that matches their lifestyle based on data.

In 2022 Victoria has also been also featured among Top 30 Entrepreneurs Disrupting Their Industries In 2022.

Topics of Interest

  • Financial Feelings: Uncover how your emotions & financial histories impact your financial decision
  • Mindful spending practices: the difference between wants & needs
  • How to decouple from mindless consumption and start becoming an ethical consumer
  • How to vote with your dollars (using your money to support businesses and products that reflect your core values)
  • The pitfalls of estate planning and inheritance navigation and how to avoid them
  • How to prepare your family for when you step on God’s bus
  • Financial abuse: how to identify it and deal with it for good
  • Protecting your nest egg from health care events in retirement