Some families have high levels of education debt, whether PLUS loans
for the student's siblings, or the parent's own education debt. Some
financial aid administrators will allow a portion of a family's
education debt (e.g., the parent's education debt) as an offset to
assets when the family's education debt is unusually high. However,
this probably strays into prohibited territory.
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