(Closed) Does the drama never end!? Issues part II (long)

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
996 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

@MrsDPal811:  I was kicked out in similar fashion at 15 (along with my twin sister) and had to fend for myself—it was a rocky road but I managed

I’m not sure what the laws are in your state but I’m pretty sure that it is technically illegal to kick your kid out if she’s a minor—-if she leaves your Future Sister-In-Law in the house without an adult that’s abandonment–unless she wants to sign over all custody and make her a ward of the state–as for me I had to go to court to become legally emancipated so my parents had no legal control over me


As for Future Sister-In-Law, she’s better off moving in with her dad, or maybe her boyfriend,  or a friend. I don’t know if it is to the point that she would have to move in with you….it doesn’t make sense when her father is closer anyway

Post # 4
2254 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I’m sorry you, FH, and his family are going through this. I will never understand how some parents can put their love life over their own flesh and blood. I hope she comes to her senses. Maybe this is some form of a mid-life crisis. As for your Future Sister-In-Law, don’t be too hard on her as she is a teenager. With her home life in upheaval, it is natural that she wants to cling to the comfort of her friends and bf.

Post # 5
246 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

My brother had a friend who got kicked out at that age because his mom “felt it was time”…What BS…but he got lucky a friend’s family took him in and took care of him. Now he is getting ready for his LSAT. Maybe she will get lucky and have a friend who’s family will take her in. But it’s not right that these “Mom’s” feel like they are done with being a mom and the kids should be on there own. It blows my mind.

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