College education funding tends to be one of the last items negotiated as part of the settlement of a separation or divorce. In fact, for reasons explained in this video by Ken Novenstern, Esq., sometimes the college education piece does not get the attention it deserves. Mr. Novenstern provides examples from actual cases demonstrating why clarity and specificity are so important when negotiating college related expenses for a settlement agreement.

If you have questions about college education funding, 529 accounts, or room & board expenses or other issues pertaining to divorce, contact Ken Novenstern at (914) 997-9070 or (914) 241-2400. You can also send email or book a consultation through our contact page at

Ken Novenstern is a partner here at Fredman Baken & Novenstern, LLP. With offices in Mount Kisco and White Plains, NY, we provide legal services including divorce, separation, custody related matters, and pre and post nuptial agreements.

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