This is long and complicated, but I am going to simplify the best I can. First off I want you to understand that I am only looking for a way to put the blame on the DADDY, not justify anything or get out of anything.
I have an 18 y/o son who still lives at home and is a senior in high school. When he was 15 he moved in with his Daddy. Anyway, over the summer his Daddy got his this vehicle and gave him a bill of sale which I am confused about. My son got pulled over and the bill of sale was out of date and there was no insurance on the vehicle. My son, being an 18 y/o probably was NOT aware of this. Anyway, his Daddy had written the bill of sale from my understanding and changed the date by scribbling it out and writing another. My son is clueless to this stuff. He only knows what his Daddy tells him and believes every word of it. Needless to say the judge did NOT like the bill of sale and said he had to have $187 by next Friday so he calls me for the money because...well...no need to go into all that. My thing is.....Is his Daddy NOT responsible for this? I know my son s 18, but his Daddy put him in this non insured vehicle with the bogus bill of sale and now my son is the one in trouble for it. He had no idea the vehicle had no insurance, to my knowledge and I KNOW he knows NOTHING about a bill of sale. His Daddy makes him come pick up his sister and everything else. What is he suppose to do when his Daddy makes him do this all the time? What kid in their teens still living at home with Mommy and Daddy is going to think to ask...is my car insured??? Most assume it is and everything is o.k. Any ideas here?? I know it's crazy and it has me so mad!!! I have thought about paying it and then suing their Daddy for my money back because I don't live like that and I would NEVER put my child in an unsafe, legal vehicle. My daughter just turned 16 and she will not drive a vehicle until she is licensed and insured....Why would I want to get her in trouble?? I just don't understand people and their ways.
Update: How do you check on these things? I got onto my son too. He is 18 and knew this was coming up and will NOT get a job. I don't see how me NOT living in THEIR home that I can know what they are doing or MAKE them do it.
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