rnatalie: Looks like she blew a seal.[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x853]
namatad: scottydoesntknow: That's gonna be an awkward ThanksgivingMeh, once my mom started calling my GFs stupid whores, I pretty much stopped going to family events.Strange, my mom was upset when I did this. I cant for the life of me imagine why.
brimed03: And the USMC made a man outta him. Not being snarky, and it's probably true. But note carefully the order of that: after he joined, they made a man-- and adult-- out of him. You don't provide a lot of context so I don't know what your intent was with this comment, but to me it's just another sad example of parents failing at their responsibilities and the military being our society's main option for those kids who have the guts-- or lack the options-- to let that organization help them grow up.Imagine that. The lone superpower and the only organized way we have of helping kids grow up is to train them for killing.
Crewmannumber6: Fissile: Apparently dad kicked out his little snowflake because he didn't approve of her boyfriend. I'm gonna guess the boyfriend was too, oh, I don't know, too black? Jersey cops are so racist, they make the KKK look like the Rainbow coalition by comparison.Nothing like a little unfounded speculation to unnecessarily inflame a thread.
Degenz: Welp, there you go. College financial aide workers are the scummiest of scum. Worse even than the fly-by-night mortgage lenders who gave away houses with no down payment and caused the Great Recession of 2008 and made the government bail them out.
durbnpoisn: Okay, let's annalyze this...Her side:"My parents put unrealistic restrictions on my lifestyle. Meaning, I have to follow a curfew, and drop my loser boyfriend. So, I left the house. To punish me, they now refuse to pay for all of the things that support my life."The parent's side:"We lay down rules to keep her safe, including, following a curfew, and dropping the boyfriend that is a bad influence on her life. She didn't agree with that, so she left to live with him. So, I don't see why we should be paying for her. She's an adult. She made a decision to move out."I'm pretty sure I've got that right.How any court could hold up a case on this, is beyond me. The fact that her boyfriend's father is footing the legal bill, potentially says there is more to her side of the story, in that she got him to believe she HAD to leave that horrible situation.But the fact is, she walked out. She wasn't kicked out. She voluntarily left. Yet she still expects her parents to foot the bill for her life.It would be idiotic for the courts to even entertain this. But, if they are willing to pay for it, the courts will have to, I suppose.
tlars699: TheYeti: tlars699: thurstonxhowell: BalugaJoe: I paid for both of my degrees. Why do parents have to pay for anything?They don't have to pay for anything. It is a tremendous dick move to not at least fill out the FAFSA, though.Wrong. You sign up for a student loan? Part of the law says that if you default they can hound your parents, too. It's in the contract you sign to get the loan.They can contact the people that you listed as contacts/references, but if they don't sign off on it (Perkins loans, Stafford) the parents aren't legally required to pay for anything.Then please explain to me why when my parents never co-signed a loan (because they automatically refuse anything to do with "co-sign"), Sallie Mae kept calling them for payment when I was in default, due to unemployment after graduation.They are contractually obligated to pay for their children. Said so to me over the phone, when I asked the representative at the time, as I had set up the default terms.
OregonVet: tlars699: Wrong. It's in the contract with any public loan company like Sallie Mae, or Great Lakes. In both, if you default, your parents are obligated to assist you in paying those back.Okay, Ill chalk this one up to either nice troll or you are a potato. Choose only one.
Mikey1969: noblewolf: Mikey1969: timujin: The teen in question.[img.fark.net image 606x344]She's cute, but not $12,000 worth of cute.$120 though... I'd take her to dinner and a movie, if it meant that I got to take her to town afterwards...Lawyer in question[assets.nydailynews.com image 635x628]Wow, I want to take a 9-Iron to that guy's jaw for some reason.
tlars699: 1. Parents are obliged to assist or pay all school loans of the kid going to school especially if the kid defaults. HINT TO IDIOT-GIRL: GO TO COLLEGE. DEFAULT. THEY HAVE TO PAY. DUH!2. If they set up a college fund in her name, then she gets that money for school, regardless of house rules.3. You are considered a child by FAFSA until the ripe old age of 26- when you are no longer able to be carried on your parents' health insurance.4. You aren't supposed to claim a dependent on your taxes, unless they've lived with you for over 6 months of the year, or you are paying for their schooling.5. She is totes banging the lawyer.
OregonVet: Yah. You know what they say- if you meet one stupid whore, she's a stupid whore. If all the girls around you are stupid whores, well, then....
what_now: Both sides will be in court Tuesday. Rachel Canning wants the court not to emancipate her, because under the law, a parent has an obligation to support any child who cannot stand on his or her own financially.Um. Bullshiat. You're 18 years old. You aren't a child.Rachel also said every piece of financial paperwork she fills out asks her that question and shows she clearly doesn't have the means to support herself.If you're filling out financial aid paperwork for college, you are using your parents information. If your parents won't fill out the forms, you are just right farked.Now, if she said "My dad refuses to complete the FAFSA", I'd feel bad for her but legally, she's farked. I have had dozens of students over the years tell me that their parents won't complete the FAFSA, for all sorts of reasons. In some cases, it was a ploy to get more financial aid. In some cases, the parents withdrew financial support because they didn't like the kid's major/grades/boyfriend/attitude etc.In some cases, the parents were just simply dickbags. Even then- there isn't a whole lot you can do.Inglesino said he has spent more than $12,000 on the lawsuit because he wants Rachel to have a great future.Oh. he's farking her.
OregonVet: Walker: Yeah, I was thinking that too. No guy spends that much money on an 18-year-old girl not related to him unless he's f*cking her or is trying to f*ck her.Not a hard stretch considering he's a lawyer in the first place.
namatad: Meh, once my mom started calling my GFs stupid whores, I pretty much stopped going to family events.Strange, my mom was upset when I did this. I cant for the life of me imagine why.
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