Tag Archives: Families

3 Ways College Financial Aid Letters Confuse Families

Good news: your teen got into college! Bad news: now comes the heavy lifting of analyzing financial aid offers. Every year, colleges send out financial aid offers after letters of admission. For many families, it’s the first time they’ll get a true, individualized price for attendance. But while these offers contain important numbers, they’re full… Read More »

Trends in families over the past year and the influence on family law

The General Assembly of the United Nations determined in 1993 that 15 May each year should be known as “The International Day of Families”. The UN website notes that “this day provides an opportunity to promote awareness of issues relating to families and to increase the knowledge of the social, economic and demographic processes affecting… Read More »