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Complicated Financial Aid Situation.

hobbes344hobbes344 703 replies51 threads Member
edited November 2004 in Princeton University
Alright in order for me to get your opinions, I gotta do a brief history.
My mother passed away when I was in sixth grade, my father remarried in 2000, and recently divorced (dissolution, this month actually :( ) My lil bro and I are under my father's custody (naturally) BUT I am still ;iving with my stepmom until I finish my senior year. My dad took a job in my junior year in California so he's been gone for about a year. Well, my stepmom is refusing to pay for my college tuition, i don't know why. So, does Princeton have the right to make her pay, even though she wasn't biological mother OR really a anchoring maternal figure to begin with? I've been pretty much raising my lil bro since my dad left... I'm just asking because Princeton sent me this non-custodial parent financial information application to pretty much force her to pay. Thanks
edited November 2004
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