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How does a minor come across an amount of money large enough to be worth clearing out by his parent's to help pay their massive debt? Furthermore, and regardless of how they gained access, this kid needs to talk to the police. There was obviously some forging going on.
YDI for being under 18. Raising a kid costs a few hundred thousand dollars. Did they take more than that?
all those "this is how much it costs to raise a kid" estimations are BS. I guess it depends what country you live in, but in Australia, you get given so much money by the gov for having kids, that I have a friend with a 2yo and she reckons she hasn't spent a cent more on him than what the gov has given her. And most of the parents I talk to say kids are really not that expensive, you just have to learn to say 'no' and not buy brandname-everythings. You can't say YDI by suggesting he OWES his parents what it cost to raise him.
Well you must have rich friends. Babies are expensive because they poop and pee all the time. Toddlers are constantly growing and need new clothes every time you blink. Kids are okay, but you still have to clothe and feed them. Teenagers are beyond expensive. They eat you out of house and home.
welcome to my life. my mother stole the 30k my grandparents gave me for sophomore year to 'pay off' her debts. i'm now 90k in debt after all the interest from the loan i had to take out.
The only way they'd have access to your account is if you're under 18 and still live at home, in which case the money you earn under their roof is theirs anyway. If you're over 18, they shouldn't have access to your account. Either way, YDI.
Uh, you do know that you can work and receive gifts under 18, too? Either way, technically it's not theirs anymore once they give it to the kid. And if they were any decent, they'd have ASKED him before they took it, either way. I wouldn't sue, that's stupid, and if they are that deep in debt chances are you won't even get anything out of it. Also, suing one's parents is a definite way to butcher the family peace. If you don't want that, don't do it. Tell them they should have asked beforehand, and they should pay you back, especially if you needed that money for something.
or you could ask them to pay you back in time. you're parents are you're parents don't do that suing bullshit with then unless they treated you like shit or neglected you. if they provided food clothin shelter and a loving home for you then ask them to pay you as soon as they can.