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I helped put her through school Can I get compensated?

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I helped put her through school, can I get compensated for that?

I’m William Ausman, the founder of 805 Law Group. We often get asked the question, if I help put him or her through school, can I get compensated? This is an excellent question. And the answer is yes, the community can be compensated for the loan payments and what it paid for this education. The courts are going to look at many factors. Has the community materially benefited from this education? How much did they receive? How much does it cost? How much do they pay? The courts will look through this.

We often as family law attorneys go through this piece by piece to determine what information is presented to the court so that we can make sure that our clients get full and thorough compensation for helping the other spouse through school. We often take this one step at a time, and we’re able to get people the maximum contribution and the maximum compensation in their family law cases,

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How to Protect Yourself, Your Children, and Your Money

How To Protect Yourself, Your Children, And Your Money
How To Protect Yourself, Your Children, And Your Money

How To Protect Yourself, Your Children, And Your Money