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Paying for college after a divorce

The desire for one's children to go to college is a normal thing for many New York parents. When a couple gets divorced, the potential for a child to get a college education could be at risk unless the costs for this are addressed during the divorce negotiations. Whether a child is five or 15, parents should outline basic provisions and terms for how they will fund a higher education for their child when the time comes.

Divorce, mortgage and your financial future

It is not uncommon for people in New York to wish they could find a way to keep their homes when they get divorced. A home often has a lot of emotions and memories attached to it, making it difficult for people to view it as simply a piece of property. However, when getting divorced, it is important to assess a house financially.

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