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Sorry. He was working sporadically, people tended to let him go when he had a seizure, he was a cook. He could not attend school because he could not concentrate. In the year before his surgeries at Barrow Neurological Institute he had 2 studies done - one with 35 sensors on the outside of the skull and 24 hr monitoring by nurses and Drs, the 2nd study had 9 - 3" long probes inserted thru the skull and into areas of the brain suspected of seizure activity to try to pinpoint where they originated so surgery could be performed - with these 2 studies it is documented that he had over 100 seizures a day. I tell you this so you see how dismal his life was at the time, he barely graduated high school with a 1.8GPA, was involved w/ the wrong people, doing drugs and involved with this girl. When she got pregnant and told him he offered marriage - she said no - but wanted support, she didn't want him as part of the baby's life and made it so difficult for him to see her that he eventually moved, took him a lot of years to come to terms with that. The move took care of the bad element he was around, he "cleaned himself up - no more drugs or alchohol and worked when he could. He wanted joint custody but the court refused because of the seizures back then - the mother argued the baby wasn't safe with him because of the seizures. After his surgeries (which were considered a traumatic brain injury) were complete and he went through speech therapy for a year and a half, occupational therapy, cognitive rehab and much frustration on his part he started school and has worked extremely hard to get where he is. He is going to be starting the final phase of his degree starting in May - will get a degree in nursing, THEN has to work for one year in the emergency room or ICU then will apply for Anesthesia degree. He knows and doesn't argue his responsibility to his daughter, her mother doesn't work just finds men to take care of her for a while then they leave. He just wants to put off payments for a while until he gets his nursing degree and can start working. so to answer your question...he was sporadically working and was not in school.
I replied again and it said the reply went thru did you receive?
Thank you for your time, I expected as much but wanted to be sure.
Ely, if partial payments are made what might happen? KY sent a letter stating he could now pay over the internet and gave him an account ID number to register online. If he does nothing at all what might happen? and thirdly...does non payment reflect on his credit report?
One last thing...sorry I am over thinking this probably...but what happens if the court finds him in arrears? Do people go to jail for non payment?
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