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DIVORCE - REQUEST TO ALLOCATE FUTURE COLLEGE EXPENSES

by Jon Michael Probstein on Jun. 13, 2018

Divorce & Family Law Divorce & Family Law  Child Support 

Summary: When will a court require parents to be responsible for college expenses in a pending divorce.

Weidman v Weidman, 2018 NY Slip Op 04027, Decided on June 6, 2018, Appellate Division, Second Department:

"The court, however, should have denied, as premature, the defendant's request to allocate between the parties responsibility for the future college expenses of the parties' then 13-year-old child (see Marin v Marin, 148 AD3d 1132, 1136; Repetti v Repetti, 147 AD3d 1094, 1097; Dochter v Dochter, 118 AD3d 665, 666; Bogannam v Bogannam, 60 AD3d 985, 986)."

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