Nebraska

A young Papillion family said they lost their home because they didn't have the right paperwork. They said they tried telling the judge about the CDC’s eviction moratorium, but they hadn’t filled out...
Landlords in Tucson, Ariz., filed dozens of eviction cases last month despite the federal moratorium, which was put in place because of the coronavirus crisis. Legal-aid lawyers had to go to court to...
Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird announced the creation of the Tenant Assistance Project, developed by the University of Nebraska College of Law Civil Clinic, the Volunteer Lawyers Project, Legal Aid of...
Nebraskans could soon be without a place to live as Gov. Pete Ricketts’ executive order to postpone evictions will expire on May 31. Officials from local non-profits say unemployment benefits might...
It’s a move that’s left renters across Nebraska scrambling; Wednesday Governor Pete Ricketts doubled down on his decision to not extend the halt on eviction hearings past May. “It’s pretty scary...
Legal Aid of Nebraska set up the hotline with support from the Nebraska State Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyers Project to make legal assistance available for Nebraskans affected by the coronavirus...
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Jeff,* a single, low-income father of two, used most of his family’s limited funds to secure an apartment. Shortly after moving in, he received an eviction notice giving his family three days to...