College - Daughter - Please HELP?

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Harold Taylor
Asked at 2012-10-01 23:35:03
The daughter is 18 years old . I put my two other children to college ( before being fired ) She is the youngest . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus 1) I do not produce the amount of money as I did before MedlinePlus 2) I want to help her MedlinePlus 3) Your mother and I have been going through a divorce over a year ago MedlinePlus 4) His teaching is 45,000.00 a year ( she took a college out of state ) MedlinePlus 5) My future ex - called I can get a loan to pay for half - I have no money . What I can do? MedlinePlus 6) is used to get good grades " A" ys " B " before meeting her boyfriend and then pulled in D ' s F . MedlinePlus 7) The wife is not going to say whether she received grants, loans and student loans . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus HELP ME - I am a single parent with another team friends . What will I do. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I also bought all my children from his first car too - all new. My youngest son received a 2003 Mustang GT (paid in cash) . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Help me please ..... What do I do?
Answer1TobeyAnswered at 2012-10-09 20:12:36
Sit down with your daughter and your ex and make a plan. It seems that your ex think that you have money or trying to rescue, even though you are being honest ... My apologies to you in this difficult situation!
MedlinePlus Find everything possible to raise more money (this is the painful part). Sell ​​your car and drive an economy car. Reduce the size of your home if possible. If you are willing to sacrifice a little, she can see their efforts and realize you need too. Have your daughter sell your car if you stay in this school. Establish a minimum grade to stay at this school (3.0, for example). Tell him to get a job. A little tough love! You can explain to tighten their belts and do what needs to be done, but you need to hold your end of the bargain .... Develop a plan of what they are capable of paying. Have your child get a student loan. Explain in real and practical terms what this will mean for her, "when you leave school, you will have to pay the bank (for example) $ 300 per month for the first five years after graduation or, if you prefer. You can go to a community college, and have no loan, and keep all the money you make at your job, to help pay for a house, or anything else you want! "I had a student loan for $ 10,000, and oh, it was so painful for the first few years of college! If I could do it again, I would have considered a cheaper school. Yes, she may have to transfer to school and go to communication. college, although money! If your grades are bad, it has nothing leading you (financially) on the floor! MedlinePlus MedlinePlus My aunt sent my mother to college in the late 1950s. My aunt sent tuition checks out of his own pocket, and made sacrifices for my mom to be the first in the family to go to college. I can not imagine my sister, using their hard earned money to pay for school, never .... When a child really sees the sacrifices of the family to give them a better education, is so humiliating! It made my mom worked very hard, because I knew how much my aunt sacrificed .... MedlinePlus MedlinePlus By the way, you are an AWESOME DAD ... Only your question how best to help your daughter is so sweet ... I hope it works .... MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Good luck ...
Answer2yvteetAnswered at 2012-11-04 16:03:41
If she is not making the grades, why waste the cash on her? Tell her she has to prove herself first before anything happens. I am 18 and because my parents don't have money, I decided to go to a cheaper school instate that is still good and my college is paid completely by grants because I thought about myself and cared enough to try in high school. Also, you shouldn't have bought them cars. They sound spoiled, if you ask me.
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