Divorce results in a lot of distraction and a reduction in resources to pay for tuition and other expenses associated with your children's education. Still be mindful to keep your children's best interest in mind. But ask yourself how you would advise your children in their decisions about education if you were not divorced or getting divorced. Of course you and your former spouse can't afford what you can't afford.
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