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Saturday, 26 March 2011 15:56

Can My Children Still Attend Private School In Bankruptcy?

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my son is in private school. he is 7 years old and will be there till he takes his 11 plus. will they make him come out of private school in a bankruptcy. he has been going there since age of 3 and I know it will effect his work and him

Answer:  The OR can allow the tuition for a private school, but I cannot second guess as to if in your exact circumstance they will or wil not.  There can be other factors taken into account as well.

 

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Jon

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