New Jersey Child Support Lawyer Explains Factors Impacting Contribution Towards Private School Tuition
As a New Jersey Child Support Lawyer, I often speak with parents who wonder how the court may address each parent’s contribution towards their child’s private school tuition once they are divorced.
- If the child attended private school for a significant length of time during the marriage, tuition is an important consideration that should be discussed early in the divorce process.
- Many factors determine whether the parent of alternate residence – or both parents – will be responsible for private school tuition when that expense did not occur during the marriage.
- Whether or not a child will attend private school – and whether the other parent will be required to contribute – is fact-sensitive inquiry and the guidance of an attorney may assist families faced with this decision.
Are you wondering how you should pay for private school tuition after a divorce? Contact New Jersey Child Support Lawyer Tanya L. Freeman for guidance.