Can anybody tell if I’m turning 23 years old on December, I can move out from parents to friends before I get

a job the same time I’m undergraduate student of UMUC? I plan to move out because my parents moved from Prince George’s County, Maryland to Howard County, Maryland but I never liked Howard County, Maryland because it’s in Baltimore Metropolitan area. I want to move back in Washington DC metropolitan area but the counties in Washington DC Metropolitan area are Prince Georges County, Maryland, Montgomery County, Maryland, Arlington County, Virginia, Fairfax County, Virginia, Loudon County, Virginia and Washington DC the capitol which are connects each other. I will live all my life in Montgomery County, Maryland because I have more friends in the Washington DC metropolitan areas. I have some friends in Baltimore Metropolitan area. My parent’s want me to move out so I can be permanently on my own and I can have good freedom. I still can get Bachelors in Information Technology on May 2010. During the present I can work at the insurance company as Administrative job or Sales Job. If I mov

Asked By: ripponjeet - 5/5/2008
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As long as you can afford it............jezzz...............
Answered By: kapn - 5/5/2008
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Good God.
Answered By: src50 - 5/5/2008
You can move out whenever you want to as long as you're over 18. But if you move out, and you're still in school, how will you pay all your bills?
Answered By: rtfm - 5/5/2008
Based on your question and the obvious education and maturity that it is filled with, I would say that you should continue to live with your parents for another few years. Though it is legal for you to live on your own at 18, different people grow at different speeds. For example, ADHD people tend to mature (mentally... More
Answered By: Zeltar - 5/5/2008
Stay at home your reasons for mob=ving out don't add up.
Answered By: VOTE OBAMA 2008!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - 5/5/2008
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