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Reimbursement for Community Contribution towards a Spouse’s Education and Student Loan during Marriage
Reimbursement for Community Contribution towards a Spouse’s Education and Student Loan during Marriage

One of the biggest problems of Millennials and Gen Z are educational costs and student loan debt. This eats up a large part of a household's budget even among married couples. However, what happens to all the money paid towards one spouse’s education and student loans if the ...

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