Who Pays for the Children’s College?
Answer: The parties are free to negotiate this to their mutual acceptance. However, if they do not address this in their marital settlement agreement, the law requires both parents and the college or trade school student to contribute a percentage that is commensurate with their individual wealth, income, and financial wherewithal. The court often requires the student to exhaust his or her loan possibilities.
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