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College Costs, Loans, Relationships And A Parent’s Duty To Contribute Towards Tuition
College Costs, Loans, Relationships And A Parent’s Duty To Contribute Towards Tuition

As a practicing New Jersey divorce attorney, I deal with divorcing couples on a daily basis and the majority of those cases involve children. When a divorce case involves a child, it will inevitably also involve the issue of college and the allocation of responsibility for ...

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Blog posts in College Expenses in Divorce

  • Why Are Divorced Parents In New Jersey Forced To Pay For Their Children's College?

    Even since the Rachel Channing case, in which a child sued her parent’s for private school tuition and college, the attorneys at my office have been ...

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  • "A Parent Cannot Be Viewed As A Wallet;" Divorce, College Expenses and N.J. Law

    Over my lengthy career as a divorce attorney with my law firm here in my hometown of East Brunswick, New Jersey, I have had many clients state to me, ...

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  • Will My New Jersey Child Support End If My Child Receives A Military Scholarship At His College?

    In two words, probably not. As a New Jersey divorce and child support lawyer, I know that it is not quite as simple as that. A parent must ...

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  • A N.J. Divorce, College Expenses and a Divorced Parents Right To Know

    Here in New Jersey, divorced parents may be legally compelled to contribute towards their child's college tuition and certain related expenses. ...

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  • Under New Jersey Divorce Law, Am I Responsible To Pay For My Child's College If They Choose a More Expensive School?

    As a New Jersey family lawyer for over twenty years, I know that the burden of paying child support is one that concerns all divorcing couples. ...

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  • Payment of College-Expenses for a Divorced Child in New Jersey; Yet Another Controversial Case

    As a divorce lawyer who owns a busy law firm, I am well aware that here in New Jersey a red hot topic has been the fact that divorced parents are ...

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  • When Is A Divorced Parent Responsible For The Costs Of Their Child's Private High School or College?

    A huge controversy in divorce and family over the past hew years here in New Jersey has been the fact that divorced patents are legally obligated to ...

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  • New Jersey Divorce Law and Payment of College Tuition; A True Story.

    In New Jersey, when a child turns eighteen, he or she legally becomes an adult. With respect to child support and college contributions, family courts ...

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  • 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) ...

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