can you move out at 18 and never talk to your parents Watch

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if you move out at 18 and never tell your parents where you live, go, work etc and never talk to them again, basically never see them again and they call the police saying where’s my child gone will the 18 year old get in trouble. i know they’re fully adult at 18 but still.
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If you have the finance to move out you can do just that. The police can’t make you talk to your parents or force you to live with them again because you are an adult and out of their custody
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Not that it’s any of my business but why would you never want to talk to them again?
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If you have the finance to move out you can do just that. The police can’t make you talk to your parents or force you to live with them again because you are an adult and out of their custody
yes i understand thank you
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Not that it’s any of my business but why would you never want to talk to them again?
i was just supposing they don’t get along and such as that may make the situation different
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Why would you want to do that?
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Yes you should be fine, you can tell the police that you don't want your details to be disclosed to anyone. You are an adult now, they can't get any details on you.

I won't recommend you do that! You mum and dad raised you from little kid, they love you! there might be time where they have ignored you, just try to communicate with them clearly. I have my parent who neglected my sister who left and never got a trace of where she lives, now they have realised their mistake and that she didn't communicate with them clearly.

I hope you make the right decision.
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Yes you should be fine, you can tell the police that you don't want your details to be disclosed to anyone. You are an adult now, they can't get any details on you.

I won't recommend you do that! You mum and dad raised you from little kid, they love you! there might be time where they have ignored you, just try to communicate with them clearly. I have my parent who neglected my sister who left and never got a trace of where she lives, now they have realised their mistake and that she didn't communicate with them clearly.

I hope you make the right decision.
thank you hope things are better for your family. i was just wondering, everything’s ok
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if you move out at 18 and never tell your parents where you live, go, work etc and never talk to them again, basically never see them again and they call the police saying where’s my child gone will the 18 year old get in trouble. i know they’re fully adult at 18 but still.
They can't do anything because you are 18 and haven't broken the law! You are ,at 18, in fact not a 'child'!
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They can’t force you home but if you do move away, I’d suggest telling your parents that you are (don’t have to say where) Otherwise it’ll be wasting police time if you leave and your parents think you’re missing and then the police sent a search party for you
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Yes you should be fine, you can tell the police that you don't want your details to be disclosed to anyone. You are an adult now, they can't get any details on you.

I won't recommend you do that! You mum and dad raised you from little kid, they love you! there might be time where they have ignored you, just try to communicate with them clearly. I have my parent who neglected my sister who left and never got a trace of where she lives, now they have realised their mistake and that she didn't communicate with them clearly.

I hope you make the right decision.
yeah not every parent treats their children well. some are abusive...
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yeah not every parent treats their children well. some are abusive...
A true saying!
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They can’t stop you from doing that but remember that you will get on much better with your parents after you move out. If you only see them once every few months you might have a really good relationship.
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You are an adult and do what you wish. Just tell your parents you're off and not to call the police. Of course they may not accept the situation and behave inappropriately. There may also be disadvantages in breaking all ties.
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I moved out when I was 16 and didn't speak to my parents. I bought a house by the time I was 19. You're an adult at 18, nothing they can do.
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if you move out at 18 and never tell your parents where you live, go, work etc and never talk to them again, basically never see them again and they call the police saying where’s my child gone will the 18 year old get in trouble. i know they’re fully adult at 18 but still.
Obviously, it wouldn't be very considerate of you to leave your parents like that. They love and worry about you, whatever is happening at home. The least you could do is leave a note to say that you're okay and you simply wish to move away.

You could legally do that though if you wanted to. If you can afford it, you'd be an adult so they couldn't do much about it.
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if you move out at 18 and never tell your parents where you live, go, work etc and never talk to them again, basically never see them again and they call the police saying where’s my child gone will the 18 year old get in trouble. i know they’re fully adult at 18 but still.
No the police can't do anything. Although, please don't make your parents fear that you have gone missing or are dead. If you want to up and leave, leave a note saying you are okay but you do not wish to be found.
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Yes.
I did that.
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