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    Im 17 yrs only and will be 18 in Dec. so i was wondering when i turn 18 can i still move out while still attending high school???? I would love you move out now but idk if i can. so if you guys have ne good realistic and true info can u plz let me know, thank christina

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    christina, you added to question to another poster's old thread. You should have started a new thread. I will start one for you. I assume your state is Wi. -you posted it in Wi. forum.
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      Originally posted by christina2011 View Post
      Im 17 yrs only and will be 18 in Dec. so i was wondering when i turn 18 can i still move out while still attending high school???? I would love you move out now but idk if i can. so if you guys have ne good realistic and true info can u plz let me know, thank christina
      Yes, when you turn 18 you will be an adult and can move out.

      No, you cannot move out before age 18 unless your parents agree.

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        Although moving out is legal at 18, please learn from my personal experience which is moving out at 18 years old seems great, moving back in 6 months later stinks!

        I don't know your situation, but believe me I learned the hard way that the real world is just that, real!
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        I offer my knowledge and experience at no charge, I admit that I am NOT infallible, I am wrong sometimes, hopefully another responder will correct me if that is the case with the answer above, regardless, it is your responsibility to verify any and all information provided.

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