When ruling on an education support order, a court may consider: 1.) the parties' income, assets and obligations; 2.) the child's need for support; 3.) availability of financial aid; 4.) reasonableness of higher education considering the child's academic record; 5.) the child's preparation for and commitment to higher education; and 6.) information about particular schools that the child plans to attend.
|October 14, 2013
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