One of the great rites of spring is the new crew of young adults graduating high school and heading off to their futures. When I’m not at Wynn at Law, LLC, I teach at Marquette University Law School, so I may see a few of them further in their academic journeys.
For students, parents, and grandparents, the issue of affording tuition is best tackled a few years before high school graduation. If you’re blessed with a full-ride scholarship or a generous gift from family, the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) is a challenging hurdle you’ll skip. For families planning to apply for financial aid, here are a two estate planning things to keep in mind long before commencement.