• College financing is legally relevant regardless of the age of the children at the time of divorce
  • Connecticut law offers two options. You can either retain the jurisdiction of the court to decide the issue now or at a later time, or you can choose not to retain jurisdiction
  • Retaining jurisdiction will allow college financing to be determined at the time of divorce if desired, and then parents may not have to revisit the issue later

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