Please consult with a local attorney in your area immediately. The attorney will need to review the various allegations that are being made in the Demand Letter to see how to respond accordingly.
I agree with my colleague. You and your parents or guardian should find a local civil attorney who can read your demand letter and tell evaluate your options. Many attorneys offer free consultations. I think it would be in your interest to take advantage of this, just be sure to bring your parent or guardian. Best of luck!
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You will need to consult with an attorney for him to explain to you the contents of the letter. More likely than not it would be better for you to pay.