Divorce is never easy, and paying for college is no cake walk either. Combine these two situations and things can get very complicated very quickly. If you are experiencing a separation and/or a divorce, we thought it would be helpful to give you some tips on how you might approach this major financial decision, what the rules are in the financial aid process, and, finally, how your situation affects various aspects of college financing once your child enrolls in college. In Part One of this series, we discussed your first steps and how to complete the financial aid applications. In Part Two, we will talk about college financing (i.e., student and parent loans), as well as other things to think about once your child is enrolled in college.
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