It’s certainly possible to include college planning in a divorce settlement, and the older the child, the more likely it is that your family already has a sense of whether your child is college bound or not.
For many families, college savings have been a part of their financial routine for many years, but tax-preferred instruments like 529 plans become subject to equitable distribution between the parties.
If you and your spouse are both committed to developing a financial plan for your child’s private university experience, we can help you decide from among the options available.
If you and your spouse disagree about the costs of a private education compared to a public one, we can argue vigorously for a sound, stable plan that gives your child the best opportunities.
Call the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino today at 718-725-9601 for a free consultation.