1. Deborah Coley says:

    Yes I had the law to come by here from my landlord has had me a victim and they are ready to move me out I’m 68 years old and disabled and on oxygen I have COPD and a lot of major problems also she bought the house September 23rd and then served eviction notice on me not giving me time to be able to move is there a way I can postpone this from being put out in a couple of days they have served it and said that they would be here with somebody to put me out in my stuff on the side of the street I need help as soon as possible please can you help me I need a way to go or a place to go with my age at 68 I don’t even get my check till the 1st of the month she told me she would give me time but she lied about it please can you help me or what can I do to postpone it for a couple of days till I get my check

  2. Deborah Coley says:

    Sorry I forgot this is Deborah Coley my phone number is … and I have COPD and on the oxygen and I live in … my email is …@gmail.com please can you help me or tell me how I could just postpone it till I get my check I’m on the base income

  3. Hello Deborah,

    I’m sorry to hear about the challenging situation you’re facing. It’s crucial to be cautious when sharing personal information online, as it can lead to potential scams or misuse of your data. I’ve removed your contact details from the public post for your safety.

    Regarding your eviction concern, here are some steps you can take immediately:

    Seek Legal Aid: It’s important to get legal advice as soon as possible. Legal aid organizations often provide free services to people in your situation. They can help you understand your rights as a tenant, especially considering your age and health condition.

    Contact Social Services: Given your age and health condition, social services may offer emergency assistance. They can provide guidance on housing options and may help you with the process of postponing your eviction.

    Explore Tenant Rights for Seniors: Many areas have specific protections for senior citizens facing eviction. You might have additional rights due to your age and health condition.

    Emergency Assistance Programs: Look for local non-profit organizations or charities that offer emergency assistance to individuals facing eviction. They might be able to provide temporary housing or financial assistance.

    Community Support Networks: Reach out to community centers or religious organizations in your area. They often have resources or can connect you with those who can help.

    Health Services: Contact your healthcare provider or local health services for support, especially considering your COPD and reliance on oxygen. They might have resources or suggestions for your situation.

    Remember, it’s crucial to act quickly and reach out to these resources as soon as possible. They are there to help and can provide the necessary support and advice during this difficult time.

  4. I’ve been found intentionally homeless but disagree with the decision, the decision was upheld on review due to biase and I’m facing eviction but I’m not leaving

  5. Hi Paul,

    I’m sorry to hear about your tough situation, Paul. It sounds like it’s time to consult with a housing law specialist who can offer you tailored advice and possibly find a way forward for you. Don’t forget to also reach out to housing rights organizations for additional support. They can be a great resource in times like these. Hang in there and explore all your options.

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