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By ExtemelyBroke - / Saturday 6 June 2009 02:24 / United States
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By  kisekileia  |  0

That really ought to be illegal. You get screwed if your parents don't meet their financial aid obligations for your education, so there should be some legal requirement for your parents to meet those obligations.

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  cH1N1chunga  |  5

plus I'm pretty sure $10,000 won't get u through a whole semester considering 1 semester IS $10,000

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  Siyo  |  0

It's called breach of trust. Parent or no, you can wring them dry. ^.^ Law is fun, it lets you F*** people over worse than getting them a Brittney Spears album for their birthday. ^.^ BURN! But seriously. SUE.

By  doom_2  |  3

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By  Inspired22  |  11

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By  kisekileia  |  0

That really ought to be illegal. You get screwed if your parents don't meet their financial aid obligations for your education, so there should be some legal requirement for your parents to meet those obligations.

By  lyndis_fml  |  0

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