Q: so my mom had surrendered her parents rights.
but I want to know can I go and live with her because now I am 20 years old
Unless there is something missing, of course you can.
If she gave up parental rights, she can even adopt you.
Cheryl Powell agrees with this answer
A: Yes, you can live with anyone you want at age 20 years. The courts can control you possibly until 21 if you are still a ward of the court, which is unlikely. If you are not a ward of the court, you can go live with whomever you like.
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