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Carolyn Mirabile of Weber Gallagher. Courtesy photo Carolyn Mirabile of Weber Gallagher. Courtesy photo

In nearly every divorce as we approach the end of the case, I get the inevitable question: What about college education? How much does my spouse have to pay? The client is quickly informed there is no financial obligation in Pennsylvania to pay the college education of their children. At that point, the client realizes their dreams of their children attending their favorite Ivy League school or the expensive private liberal arts college and continuing their legacy may have just been diminished by the size of their bank account.

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