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If the parents choose, they can split the 529 plan into two accounts, and then each manages the plans themselves. If this happens, it will be necessary to open another account and divide the funds in the current account. (work on computer not cell)

1. Can you split a 529 plan? Link: Article Can you Split a 529 Plan in a Divorce?

2. Dividing Divorce Assets: Who Gets the College Savings Plan? Link: Article Dividing Divorce Assets: Who Gets the College Savings Plan?

3. Section 529 College Savings Accounts and Divorce Link: Article Section 529 College Saving Accounts and Divorce

4. Can my Ex-Spouse Spend my Child's 529 Plan Money? Link: Article Can my Ex-Spouse Spend my Child's 529 Plan?

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