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Looking for advice in California

 
Anonymous Coward
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01/26/2013 10:52 PM
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Looking for advice in California
Looking for any advice or resources for California for dealing with an eviction. I have looked at a few things offered through the "system" to help, but I don't know that anything they can do will help in time.

My husband and I and our 4 little girls moved in with his father to help him cover his bills when his fiancee left him, we payed him rent, and he didn't pay the landlord, so now we are dealing with a court ordered eviction. We don't have much time to figure out what to do. We have a little money saved, but not nearly enough to cover deposits and first months rent to get into a place.

I was hoping you information finders here on GLP might know of some resources or community help that I haven't yet found. Any links to any information would be greatly appreciated.

God bless and thanks for reading through this!
mimmsy

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01/26/2013 10:54 PM
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Re: Looking for advice in California
let me understand the land lord didn't approve you're moveing in?

if so nothing can be done.

now with a eviction so fresh you will want to find a privately owned home.
big agencies wont rent to you. don't was the app fee!

with children you have housing authority find one for youre area,
and well welfare used to do 1 time help for a move but no idea now.

never used either myself so how to apply I would not know. I imagine most is online now.

also call 211 I think it is for united way and ask.

Last Edited by mimmsy on 01/26/2013 10:57 PM
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01/26/2013 10:55 PM
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Re: Looking for advice in California
No, the landlord didn't have any problem with it at all. The problem came when the father didn't use the money we gave him to pay the rent. It's already been taken to court, and they gave us little time to move. Just looking for information if anyone might have any on community resources. :)
mimmsy

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01/26/2013 10:57 PM
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Re: Looking for advice in California
I edited with little knowledge I possess good luck.
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01/26/2013 10:59 PM
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Re: Looking for advice in California
Thanks for the advice Mimmsy.

Luckily since the house was in his father's name and not ours it won't be on our credit, which is about the only blessing this situation has brought. I'll try the housing authority and see if they can offer any guidance.

Truly thank you for taking the time to read and offer your knowledge.
SilverPatriot

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01/26/2013 11:02 PM

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Re: Looking for advice in California
OP,

Time to evaluate your priorities and perhaps leaving the communist welfare state of California is in order, count your losses, and leave the leeches in your life behind.

Look towards areas with little unemployment and start anew with resources you currently have. If you use a search engine, you can find employment opportunities in areas not over run by government dependent leeches and build a new life for yourselves.

Local Area Unemployment Statistic
[link to www.bls.gov]
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01/26/2013 11:11 PM
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Re: Looking for advice in California
I would love nothing more than to get out of California, the whole place is too expensive and just scary. Unfortunately that can't be managed at the moment. We are hoping to get into a place with a lower rent than what we were paying his father and save up a bit in combination with what tax refund we get and be able to move somewhere out of state eventually.

Right now I just need a short term fix. I've never seen brainstorming like I have on this site so I thought maybe someone here might have thought of something I haven't.

Thanks for the advice though, and from someone who lives in this state, take it from me, nobody should be moving here or trying to live here. Get out when and if you can Cali is hell these days.
mimmsy

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01/26/2013 11:31 PM
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Re: Looking for advice in California
I would love nothing more than to get out of California, the whole place is too expensive and just scary. Unfortunately that can't be managed at the moment. We are hoping to get into a place with a lower rent than what we were paying his father and save up a bit in combination with what tax refund we get and be able to move somewhere out of state eventually.

Right now I just need a short term fix. I've never seen brainstorming like I have on this site so I thought maybe someone here might have thought of something I haven't.

Thanks for the advice though, and from someone who lives in this state, take it from me, nobody should be moving here or trying to live here. Get out when and if you can Cali is hell these days.
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bad in a lot of places I know. hope it works out.

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