This week’s featured interview is with Lisa Wohlleib, Entrepreneur and Consultant is the founder of assetPARTNERS, Inc., a firm specializing in assisting law firms and high-net-worth individuals navigate the financial complexities of divorce proceedings.

This is her interview

Tell us about your business

My business, assetPARTNERS, Inc. is a consulting firm in the greater Boston area that provides litigation support, particularly as it pertains to financial matters and analysis in domestic relations disputes.

Please tell us what being a business owner means to you and why you became an entrepreneur in the first place.

Being a business owner allows me a great deal of freedom and independence in my professional life. Owning my own business allows for autonomy and the ability to control my work schedule.

What or who has been your greatest influence in business and why?

I have had a number of professional mentors throughout my career and the things they have all had in common are success, honesty, hard-working, organization, and smartness. I like to think that I embody those traits as well. 

What would you say is your greatest professional accomplishment to date?

My greatest professional accomplishment is the continued success of my business and continued referrals from satisfied clients. 

What’s the best advice you have received in business that you wish to pass on to our readers?

The best business advice I have received is to start the day with the task you are most dreading; doing so allows for a sense of accomplishment and I find my workflow improves for the rest of the day. 

What have been the most effective marketing initiatives or programs you have used to promote your business?

Kristin Marquet of Marquet Media has been instrumental in marketing assetPARTNERS, Inc by developing a new logo, website, and public relations campaign.

What one thing have you learned as a small business owner that has served you well over the years?

Stay organized and communicate effectively and clearly.

What do you do for fun/relaxation?

I have teenage sons, dogs, and a horse that keeps me occupied when I am not working.

What is the Number One Business Goal you plan to accomplish over the next year?

My number one goal is to level out the peaks and valleys in my work schedule; I hope to have a more consistent workflow.

You want to write a book on….

I would like to write a book about how to protect yourself financially before and during marriage. I often see that divorcing spouses have not given any thought to their financial well-being until they are getting divorced and by then, their options are limited.

Is there anything else you’d like to share with our readers?

Insist upon equal access to cash and investments throughout a marriage.

What’s the best way for the readers of WE Women Entrepreneur to connect with you?

Readers can connect with me via my website: or .