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Re: My therapist thinks my situation is hopeless

Posted by muffled on July 7, 2008, at 18:57:08

In reply to Re: My therapist thinks my situation is hopeless muffled, posted by Dinah on July 7, 2008, at 16:33:54

Do you mind to lose the half house that is yours?
Can you sign it over to another family member?
Can your mother declare bankruptcy?
Can you get some decent legal advice?
I think for a few hundred you could get some decent advice on what your options are. ARE you responsible for fines? It may be so. Dunno.
You might even be able to get legal aid for your Mom cuz she is poor, and have it go thru her end. Then at least you know what your looking at as far as financial responsibility, and whether you should just sign off and walk away from the house etc.
This is just practicalities I know.
There's the emotional aspect too of course.
Do you think daddy wouild want you to be suffering over this? I somehow doubt that this is what he intended to happen.
Anyhow, at this point she DOES have someplace to live, if she f's it up...well....
And as far as anger...I could deal with someone smacking me around WAY better than verbal crap. HATE angry words.
This is just a crummy situation.
But I think if you keep bailing her out, your just postponing the inevitable, or, she is gonna take down your household as well as hers...:-(
Its just lousy, but it might be nice to at least have some facts at hand, just for somer peace of mind.
Take care Dinah.
You can get thru this, I just feel badly for you cuz its gonna be hard.
Keep posting if it helps.




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