Q: I go to Charleston southern and I went for the fall term and now I owe 45 grand
During the fall semester I was ment to right and give them 3 letters for a dependency over rude form it took me maybe 2 weeks to get them to them after I kept calling constantly and was getting told the same thing there still processing we don’t need anything else because of this situation I could not get my scholarship and when I came back for spring and asked them in person they told me one of my letters where wrong I had to fix it and to stay in school had to pay a big chunk of my debt or they said they would kick me out and I’m leaving this Saturday (01/28) and now there saying I will have to pay for spring since I missed a deadline I was never told about and while I was trying to fix my fall stuff they never told me that if I kept trying to fix it I would also get stuck and charged with spring there’s more to it but I only have so many character and need to know what I should do
A: A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. One option is to consult with a local attorney to discuss in detail. It's going to be difficult for any attorney here to offer meaningful guidance based on a brief description. If an attorney shows interest in handling the matter, they will likely want to investigate more thoroughly and look at the paperwork and the school's written policies. Good luck
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