money-for-collegeThe issue of college financing is important. Even if you have very young children at the time of divorce, this is an important issue to be brought up and discussed. You can incorporate an agreement with regard to the specific financing. In Connecticut, you have two alternatives in this regard. You can retain the jurisdiction of the court and return to court at a later time. At this time you can seek a court ruling with regard to who pays what and how the financing is allocated under the Connecticut law regarding college financing.

You also have the choice of not retaining the jurisdiction of the court. By doing so, you give up that safety net. If the parents cannot later resolve the issue, the issue remains unresolved and cannot be returned to the court.

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