Blog Calendar

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-28, announced on May 21, extends the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures for residential real estate or property, whether rental or otherwise,...
Stimulus payments, unemployment checks, and local resources are providing temporary cushions. But there’s a cutoff date ahead for a portion of unemployment payments, and it’s unclear how long the...
Evictions are expected to skyrocket in Texas where the state Supreme Court has lifted a moratorium on evictions and unemployment has risen to historic levels amid the coronavirus pandemic. Houston,...
More than half the COVID-19 deaths in Colorado so far have come among the elderly—many living with disabilities—in nursing or assisted living facilities. New anxieties and shredding of routines felt...
With tens of thousands of Iowans still unemployed because of the pandemic , many Iowans may find themselves in the same situation. Housing advocates fear lifting the moratorium with so many people...
The need for legal services has always been great and requests far exceed resources in normal times. As this pandemic unfolds, the need for help potentially will exceed anything we have ever...