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SmartCookie wrote:If he gets that money together I hope they will release him from the lease in writing.
12-06-2007 07:03 AM
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MeganML84 wrote:My sister had to break her lease a couple months ago and they gave her 30 days to pay all the fees so maybe that is an option for your son as well. Has he explained the situation to the leasing agent?
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denbar, My heart goes out to you. It sounds like he ventured out before, he was ready. It happens all to often. It's a tough life lessen to be sure, but one that I pray will sink in and stick with him.
I hope he gets the jobs soon. And I agree, take care of the bank situation, before it gets out of hand.
Has he moved back home, or is that even an option?
Good luck to you....and him.
12-06-2007 08:04 AM
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