ColbyBryant wrote: There are subtle differences in income that will make people ineligible for certain LRAPs, with spousal income being an enormous variable that most of these threads do not take into account.
All PI applicants who are entertaining the possibility of getting married in the next 8 to 12 years should at least review how a spouse enters the equation.
True and if you got into the T14 you are smart enough to figure this out. Also there are income caps on LRAPs because the school doesn't think you need the help if your income is over X. It is possible that the school is correct.
there are countless threads discussing how paying off 300k in loans on a big law salary is terrifying.
Perhaps eating free lunch at school my entire life biases me, but I simply do not give a shit about the terrors of anyone taking home a big law salary. The number of threads to this effect prove nothing. ratfukr posts countless threads every week. That doesn't mean I take his opinion into consideration.
If your spouse is going to have an LRAP conflict, maybe you should consider a divorce. What's the law, if not there to be bent?