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College Expenses: A Divorced Parent's Duty To Contribute Towards The Same And Their Right To Be Kept Informed.
College Expenses: A Divorced Parent's Duty To Contribute Towards The Same And Their Right To Be Kept Informed.

A hot topic in New Jersey divorce law over the past few years had involved payment of college tuition and related expenses by divorcing (or divorced) parents. As an attorney practicing here in New Jersey, it is my fervent opinion that most folks do not feel it is fair that ...

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