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Umm wow... But he can't ask for money for raising you! What would that make him? Because I can probably infer that he doesn't give you much love, and he's asking for the financial aspect back. Then that barely makes him your dad anymore.

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No you should send the bill back with a really official looking invoice that says that you're paying it with "services rendered" over the last however many years and under the service description put "putting up with a dead beat father and cleaning up after your drunk ass".

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You are under no contractual obligation to pay your "father". Because he played no prominent role in your life, no services in the act of participating in fatherhood were ever rendered. Also, no verbal or written agreement was ever substantiated, making his bill null & void. You may in fact present HIM with a bill on behalf of your mother. The More You Kn0w

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Ah.. So many ways to get back dumping out all the beer in your house stealing his booze money then text everyone he know a super bitchy text so know one will want to be around him them to make things worse rip up the paper in front of his eyes

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Well by listing his name as father on birth certificate, he already waived all the rights to receive any compensation. It is duty of a parent since then

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Yeah, I swear my parents have put that much into my brother and me for one year of horses and select baseball... I'd be fckd if my parents sent me a bill, but then again my parents aren't heartless.

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I'm sure dad's "bill" pales in comparison to the overdue child support, and just straight up PARENTING he owes you. I'd laugh in his face and tell him it will be a cold day in hell when he gets a penny or ounce of compassion or attention out of you.

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