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DD already has a student loan that she got while earning two degrees in music. She's been out a year or so, has consolidated the loans, and is now paying the money back. Meanwhile she has decided to go to law school.

I guess I really have two questions. One, is there a way that I could put some money toward her education (or are there tax breaks or programs for this situation)? And two: if she has to take out more loans, I assume that the payments on the first loans are postponed ... but then what happens? Does her previous payment amount get increased to cover the new stuff, or does she have two different student loans to pay?

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