I owned a car in England named Princess. Not a nickname; rather, the actual model name!
How bad is it leaking? You can buy a lot of oil for nearly $1K. If it’s a small leak, just check the oil level weekly and top it up. If you park it in a garage, you may want to buy a drip pan. Of course it isn’t very ecological dripping oil all over the place. If it’s a large leak, like a constant drip or stream of oil, then need to fix it as you may run the engine dry or low on oil and destroy the engine.
There are products available to add to the oil which may stop the leaking or slow it down. They work by swelling the seals and this could help if it’s a front or rear main seal.
Often oil pans leak just because the bolts/screws loosen up. You might want to find someone who would get under the car with a wrench or two and gently tighten down the pan bolts. Use something like a small 1/4" socket wrench so as to not over-tighten them.
However you might want to consider trading it in on something new or newer. My wife’s 2002 PT Cruiser’s automatic transmission went out at about 70K miles. That was nearly $3K to fix. Your car may have the same or similar transmission. Chrysler products have a reputation for transmission problems around that time frame.