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17 Daughter moving out
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With a father who isn't taking care of them either.
Such a shame.
Can she not come and stay with you? Or perhaps a relative?
What a sad situation.
Wow super advice.
I am currently paying 2700 (Mortgage, CMS and Travle cost) a month to see me kids and I have on top 40h travel to see my children.
I assume you are a stay home mother, too?
Can you tell us a bit more about the neglect please?
If mum is failing in her parental duties and care, then it is down to you to provide a home for all the children and look after them.
The most obvious is for her to see a gp, check her emotional health there are drugs to help with depression and counseling.
Is the mother the ex. ?
Not sure what neglect means to a 17 year old as she is no baby?
Has she plans for further education than she would be found a place by the university?
Can she not come to you?
There is https://www.youngwomenstrust.org for 16 year to 30.
Please note that at no point during this work was the kettle ever put out of commission and no chavs were harmed during the making of this post.
Safety being the primary concern, no matter what happened with the ex, you should try to find a way for her to stay with you until she can at least graduate from a university and get a decent job.
I have a 3-year-old daughter myself and I am very sensitive when it comes to family matters such as this, no child should be homeless or live in unsavory conditions when she has a family that is alive and well.
Are all her grandparents dead or are there no relatives that can take care of her for the time being?