Blog Calendar

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

If you live in Davidson County, eviction hearings are not expected to start until Aug. 31. Still, for everyone else in Middle Tennessee and the state, the housing may be your next issue if you haven'...
The COVID-19 pandemic has stretched rural legal resources even thinner because of massive unemployment, benefits issues, looming evictions, and other problems that require lawyers, said one panelist...
The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and Community Legal Aid in Akron — continuously face tough decisions of who to help and who to turn away because of finite resources. The requests for help have...
Some landlords refuse to accept rental assistance that would prevent their tenants’ evictions for a month or longer. A legal aid attorney and two service providers told Big If True that some...
After living there for seven years, and amid the coronavirus pandemic, Gower was evicted from the house and moved out with only some of her belongings last week. She's now staying at a North Canton...
Millions of Americans are facing eviction after a federal protection granted by the CARES Act expired on July 24. One part of the bill included an 'eviction moratorium,' which protected tenants, who...
The pandemic has changed the legal needs of the community. DLA Piper’s Anne Geraghty Helms speaks with Katherine W. Shank, deputy director of Legal Aid Chicago, on how the organization is helping...