What is an acceptable age to move out?

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  • What is an acceptable age to move out?


Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 21:56
No it doesn't have to be. If your dad doesn't mind you staying then what's the big deal. But if you do want to get your own place you can always get somewhere close by.
Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 21:57
in many countries,by the age of 18 , you can do whatever you want( except drinking alcohol ) including moving out.
Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 22:09
I will tell you. My son at your age, due to peer pressure from his "friends", was absolutely convinced (and terrified) that he would have to move out once he turned 18. I called him, asked him to sit down, and we had a talk. "Son" I said, "When you were born, you were "our" son. All these years and those to come, you will continue to be "our" son, so this house is "ours" rather than "mine". You can stay for as long as you want. My goal is for you to get at least your Bachelor's Degree, get a job, and leave our house when you get married, to start your own". With his mind clear and appreciative eyes, he simply said "Thanks Dad for the advice". He did just that. He is now doing the same with his daughter!
Answer #4 | 28/12 2013 22:02
Most places if your parent guardian doesn't approve of you moving out if your under 18 you cannot move out. I moved out when I was 18 right after my birthday and broke my parent hearts. I still see them and feel bad. If it weren't for my boyfriend I wouldn't beable to live on my own. It is veryyyyy expensive. Just think if you are ready to be an adult i.e pay for your phone bill, gas to go to work (if you have a car already), house bills or rent, mortgage, clothes, food, groceries, etc. Just reconsider it. I know you may want to live on your own now and live by your own rules but it is expensive!!

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