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Parents can consider college costs when planning for divorce

Planning for a child's college education can seem difficult and out of reach for Ohio parents, a problem that can be magnified in the case of divorce. University fees rise each year; in fact, the College Board estimates that the cost of attending college rises annually by 3 percent, an amount that can make a significant difference when dealing with tens of thousands of dollars in tuition and fees. While parents may work to develop a plan for their child's education, it is very rare for such a plan to include contingencies in the case of divorce.

Divorce can cause problems with other children's parents

When Ohio parents get divorced, they are still responsible for raising their children. Part of raising a child is working with other parents to schedule play dates and other activities that the children can take part in together. In some cases, parents may struggle to develop relationships with other mothers and fathers, which could have an impact on a child's social life.

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