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Prayer requests for Miggy and me. Updated with my full life story for your delight

 
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I was forced to resign from a full-time job I've had the past 3 years last month after an illness (pneumonia) and excessive absenteeism due to the illness and a family member's death.

I am currently waiting for my unemployment claim to be approved while I continue job hunting every day.

Today is the last day for me to pay rent plus late charges or I am going to be evicted. I've been living paycheck to paycheck these past 3 year so I have no money saved up for such an event as this.

Does anyone know if the judges who handle these cases are sympathetic to the length of time it takes for unemployment to be approved?

I don't plan on sneaking out and not paying- in fact, I don't have anywhere to go if I did.

I've never been in this position before and was wondering if anyone has any answers?

Prayers of encouragement would be very much appreciated.

Miggy

PS. If I had anything of value I would sell it but I own very little belongings and they're not really worth anything.

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Prayers sent. I don't mean to be harsh but a family member who expects you to loose your job over their illness maybe should be reconsidered in the future. At some point adults have to plan for such. We are not going to live forever.

Other than a spouse, child or grandchild no relative should demand such of anyone. Hopefully you will get your unemployment soon. Maybe speak to your landlord. Have you tried to get your job back?
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I was forced to resign from a full-time job I've had the past 3 years last month after an illness (pneumonia) and excessive absenteeism due to the illness and a family member's death.

I am currently waiting for my unemployment claim to be approved while I continue job hunting every day.

Today is the last day for me to pay rent plus late charges or I am going to be evicted. I've been living paycheck to paycheck these past 3 year so I have no money saved up for such an event as this.

Does anyone know if the judges who handle these cases are sympathetic to the length of time it takes for unemployment to be approved?

I don't plan on sneaking out and not paying- in fact, I don't have anywhere to go if I did.

I've never been in this position before and was wondering if anyone has any answers?

Prayers of encouragement would be very much appreciated.

Miggy

PS. If I had anything of value I would sell it but I own very little belongings and they're not really worth anything.
 Quoting: Miggy


Ok.... Sorry to hear about your situation.....I can only imagine what you view on today and tomorrow must be like..

Rather than pray... Lets see if we can be more constructive..


What relationship do you have with your Land lord?? Also has you Employer done EVERYTHING to the book?? Did you have a contract??

At this point I imagine your mindset and self esteem must be at a low point....... Do you have anyone close that you can share this with?
.... And thats coming from an old Cynic

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Who is me? Is this about 2 people?
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I prayed for you.
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Who is me? Is this about 2 people?
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a bit confusing....
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Who is me? Is this about 2 people?
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a bit confusing....
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It may be his/her other half talking, may be there is distress in one of them...... Im sure they will tell us as and when they are able.
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Prayers sent!
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Thank you, Cynical.

Yes, this really stings because I have worked really hard the past 3 years after moving here to go int a recovery treatment program for what had quickly become an alcohol addiction.

My typical day began at 4 AM when I would walk to the bus stop and go to work from 8 to 5 then return back home and get home about 6 PM.

The apartment complex is non-negotiable when you are late with rent. If I dn't pay by the close of today then I also have to pay for July's rent before going to court on Thursday.

My place of employment automatically denies the first claim individuals make and I am now in appeals which I believe I will get but it's time consuming.

Frankly I am scared to death at the moment.

Thank you for caring.

My monthly expenses have left only about $25 a month for anything extra and I recently needed to use that for my trip home to the funeral and for my little Miggy who got sick and needed to visit the vet.

When it rains it pours. At least it's been 3 good years.
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Prayers sent!
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Thank you, Scrumpy. I remember praying for you during your absence. I'm sure you were having a rough time. So I really appreciate it.
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Who is me? Is this about 2 people?
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a bit confusing....
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My little Dachshund is names Miggy. That's why I use that screen name.
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Help on the way.
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Miggy  (OP)

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I love God so much. He has always brought me through troubled times and I have been so fortunate to have a solid, productive life the past 3 years.

But this is really scary to me today, realizing this may be the last couple of days I have a home.

Mostly I am grateful that I have not relapsed because surely this situation would drive others back into wanting a drink of alcohol.
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Many local churches and religious organization will try to justify their bloated existence by providing you with help to keep from being evicted. They will want to enslave you for the canned goods so be wary.

Go hit all of them whether you agree with the faith or not.

If you are over 55, contact your local senior center. Under 55, social services.
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I was forced to resign from a full-time job I've had the past 3 years last month after an illness (pneumonia) and excessive absenteeism due to the illness and a family member's death.

I am currently waiting for my unemployment claim to be approved while I continue job hunting every day.

Today is the last day for me to pay rent plus late charges or I am going to be evicted. I've been living paycheck to paycheck these past 3 year so I have no money saved up for such an event as this.

Does anyone know if the judges who handle these cases are sympathetic to the length of time it takes for unemployment to be approved?

I don't plan on sneaking out and not paying- in fact, I don't have anywhere to go if I did.

I've never been in this position before and was wondering if anyone has any answers?

Prayers of encouragement would be very much appreciated.

Miggy

PS. If I had anything of value I would sell it but I own very little belongings and they're not really worth anything.
 Quoting: Miggy


The FMLA allows for three months for the illness of a family member or yourself. Did you properly for FMLA? To be awarded unemployment, you have to show that you were fired without a valid cause like violating the employee policies, or, in your case, the attendance policy.

I am sorry for your misfortune and hope your stituation will improve.
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Thank you, Cynical.

Yes, this really stings because I have worked really hard the past 3 years after moving here to go int a recovery treatment program for what had quickly become an alcohol addiction.

My typical day began at 4 AM when I would walk to the bus stop and go to work from 8 to 5 then return back home and get home about 6 PM.

The apartment complex is non-negotiable when you are late with rent. If I dn't pay by the close of today then I also have to pay for July's rent before going to court on Thursday.

My place of employment automatically denies the first claim individuals make and I am now in appeals which I believe I will get but it's time consuming.

Frankly I am scared to death at the moment.

Thank you for caring.

My monthly expenses have left only about $25 a month for anything extra and I recently needed to use that for my trip home to the funeral and for my little Miggy who got sick and needed to visit the vet.

When it rains it pours. At least it's been 3 good years.
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Ok... First off...thanks for sharing your honesty regarding the rehab programme.... It takes courage and strength to say this......Good on you.

Im getting the feeling that this all seems to be somewhat `automatic` of course these are systems in place.... But how deeply have you gone into seeing all these individuals on a face to face meeting.... I appreciate this again takes strength and time but how hard have you pushed this??

I Understand how scarry this may be.... How low do you feel??

I see you are a 10 year plus GLP member.... I would be only too happy if you wanted to PM me and not feel so exposed on this forum..... You are GLP family after all....
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Did the deceased relative have anything? A house, car or anything of value that would help you?

If you cared for them, you surely are entitled considering this has put you in this most unfortunate situation.
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If you are in an alcohol abuse program have you reached out to your counselor? They often have resources.

We recently had to leave our apartment due to out of control violence and ongoing gas leak issues. If not for a bit of super fortunate extra cash we probably would've died there with all the other people who ended up dead on their floors.

The housing situation is killing real people. A lot of the marginalized housing people are being pushed into is not just stressful but dangerous.
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Sorry, I don't mean to sound harsh when you already gave so much to worry about. I only meant to state the facts about FMLA and unemployment benefits. I do sincerely hope things work out for you and Miggy and I will say a prayer for you.
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Thank you, Cynical.

Yes, this really stings because I have worked really hard the past 3 years after moving here to go int a recovery treatment program for what had quickly become an alcohol addiction.

My typical day began at 4 AM when I would walk to the bus stop and go to work from 8 to 5 then return back home and get home about 6 PM.

The apartment complex is non-negotiable when you are late with rent. If I dn't pay by the close of today then I also have to pay for July's rent before going to court on Thursday.

My place of employment automatically denies the first claim individuals make and I am now in appeals which I believe I will get but it's time consuming.

Frankly I am scared to death at the moment.

Thank you for caring.

My monthly expenses have left only about $25 a month for anything extra and I recently needed to use that for my trip home to the funeral and for my little Miggy who got sick and needed to visit the vet.

When it rains it pours. At least it's been 3 good years.
 Quoting: Miggy


Ok... First off...thanks for sharing your honesty regarding the rehab programme.... It takes courage and strength to say this......Good on you.

Im getting the feeling that this all seems to be somewhat `automatic` of course these are systems in place.... But how deeply have you gone into seeing all these individuals on a face to face meeting.... I appreciate this again takes strength and time but how hard have you pushed this??

I Understand how scarry this may be.... How low do you feel??

I see you are a 10 year plus GLP member.... I would be only too happy if you wanted to PM me and not feel so exposed on this forum..... You are GLP family after all....
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Yea, I remember Miggy too. If you have Paypal Miggy email me. I can help a lttle, but not much.
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Miggy  (OP)

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If you are in an alcohol abuse program have you reached out to your counselor? They often have resources.

We recently had to leave our apartment due to out of control violence and ongoing gas leak issues. If not for a bit of super fortunate extra cash we probably would've died there with all the other people who ended up dead on their floors.

The housing situation is killing real people. A lot of the marginalized housing people are being pushed into is not just stressful but dangerous.
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Jinn, I am so sorry about your situation.

Yes, I understand about the violence in these apartment buildings. Last summer there was gunfire almost nightly outside my windows so I made sure Miggy and I were inside with lights out by 8 PM.

But this is the cheapest available in this city and it's still $600 a month plus electric and water.

It is supposed to be a controlled, gated community but the gates haven't worked since I moved in a year ago and are always wide open. Despite many of us complaining they say they can't help it because people keep breaking them.

At $11 an hour it's just very hard for one person to live alone and make it.

By the way, I prefer attending church and Celebrate Recovery.
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I was forced to resign from a full-time job I've had the past 3 years last month after an illness (pneumonia) and excessive absenteeism due to the illness and a family member's death.

I am currently waiting for my unemployment claim to be approved while I continue job hunting every day.

Today is the last day for me to pay rent plus late charges or I am going to be evicted. I've been living paycheck to paycheck these past 3 year so I have no money saved up for such an event as this.

Does anyone know if the judges who handle these cases are sympathetic to the length of time it takes for unemployment to be approved?

I don't plan on sneaking out and not paying- in fact, I don't have anywhere to go if I did.

I've never been in this position before and was wondering if anyone has any answers?

Prayers of encouragement would be very much appreciated.

Miggy

PS. If I had anything of value I would sell it but I own very little belongings and they're not really worth anything.
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dear Miggy, it takes 3 months to evict someone, If they take any payment in that time, the eviction process starts over. You'll have time.
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I was forced to resign from a full-time job I've had the past 3 years last month after an illness (pneumonia) and excessive absenteeism due to the illness and a family member's death.

I am currently waiting for my unemployment claim to be approved while I continue job hunting every day.

Today is the last day for me to pay rent plus late charges or I am going to be evicted. I've been living paycheck to paycheck these past 3 year so I have no money saved up for such an event as this.

Does anyone know if the judges who handle these cases are sympathetic to the length of time it takes for unemployment to be approved?

I don't plan on sneaking out and not paying- in fact, I don't have anywhere to go if I did.

I've never been in this position before and was wondering if anyone has any answers?

Prayers of encouragement would be very much appreciated.

Miggy

PS. If I had anything of value I would sell it but I own very little belongings and they're not really worth anything.
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dear Miggy, it takes 3 months to evict someone, If they take any payment in that time, the eviction process starts over. You'll have time.
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Thank you, AC. There must be a job out there where I can begin working and have a paycheck within that time. Their notice to me on the door just now, however, says 3 weeks.
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Yea, I remember Miggy too. If you have Paypal Miggy email me. I can help a lttle, but not much.
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Thank you Pees. I think I'm beyond that but I appreciate your generosity. Frankly, I'm needing a flat-out miracle. Lol.

I just wish I could get up and move. I feel paralyzed with fear today.
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I was forced to resign from a full-time job I've had the past 3 years last month after an illness (pneumonia) and excessive absenteeism due to the illness and a family member's death.

I am currently waiting for my unemployment claim to be approved while I continue job hunting every day.

Today is the last day for me to pay rent plus late charges or I am going to be evicted. I've been living paycheck to paycheck these past 3 year so I have no money saved up for such an event as this.

Does anyone know if the judges who handle these cases are sympathetic to the length of time it takes for unemployment to be approved?

I don't plan on sneaking out and not paying- in fact, I don't have anywhere to go if I did.

I've never been in this position before and was wondering if anyone has any answers?

Prayers of encouragement would be very much appreciated.

Miggy

PS. If I had anything of value I would sell it but I own very little belongings and they're not really worth anything.
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you will find out evictions take months and months and often never happen.
you didn't write that post, someone else did it for you!
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I was forced to resign from a full-time job I've had the past 3 years last month after an illness (pneumonia) and excessive absenteeism due to the illness and a family member's death.

I am currently waiting for my unemployment claim to be approved while I continue job hunting every day.

Today is the last day for me to pay rent plus late charges or I am going to be evicted. I've been living paycheck to paycheck these past 3 year so I have no money saved up for such an event as this.

Does anyone know if the judges who handle these cases are sympathetic to the length of time it takes for unemployment to be approved?

I don't plan on sneaking out and not paying- in fact, I don't have anywhere to go if I did.

I've never been in this position before and was wondering if anyone has any answers?

Prayers of encouragement would be very much appreciated.

Miggy

PS. If I had anything of value I would sell it but I own very little belongings and they're not really worth anything.
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Miggy, I’m evicting someone right now. I started in March, she’s still in my condo. I wiped her slate clean on late fees twice and she refused to open the door for state mandated inspections, costing me 3 months of rent which was the last straw for me. Depending on the law in your state, you may have a couple more months to clear it up.

Every court order read that she was to be out, but it’s so complicated to understand. & every time, she doesn’t show to court, still gets 30 more days. Clearly explain your circumstances to the judge.
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I was forced to resign from a full-time job I've had the past 3 years last month after an illness (pneumonia) and excessive absenteeism due to the illness and a family member's death.

I am currently waiting for my unemployment claim to be approved while I continue job hunting every day.

Today is the last day for me to pay rent plus late charges or I am going to be evicted. I've been living paycheck to paycheck these past 3 year so I have no money saved up for such an event as this.

Does anyone know if the judges who handle these cases are sympathetic to the length of time it takes for unemployment to be approved?

I don't plan on sneaking out and not paying- in fact, I don't have anywhere to go if I did.

I've never been in this position before and was wondering if anyone has any answers?

Prayers of encouragement would be very much appreciated.

Miggy

PS. If I had anything of value I would sell it but I own very little belongings and they're not really worth anything.
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Miggy, I’m evicting someone right now. I started in March, she’s still in my condo. I wiped her slate clean on late fees twice and she refused to open the door for state mandated inspections, costing me 3 months of rent which was the last straw for me. Depending on the law in your state, you may have a couple more months to clear it up.

Every court order read that she was to be out, but it’s so complicated to understand. & every time, she doesn’t show to court, still gets 30 more days. Clearly explain your circumstances to the judge.
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As an aside...... Its also true that Landlords are also victims..... Even more so when you are somewhat empathic towards the tenant....... not easy.
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Miggy, I’m evicting someone right now. I started in March, she’s still in my condo. I wiped her slate clean on late fees twice and she refused to open the door for state mandated inspections, costing me 3 months of rent which was the last straw for me. Depending on the law in your state, you may have a couple more months to clear it up.

Every court order read that she was to be out, but it’s so complicated to understand. & every time, she doesn’t show to court, still gets 30 more days. Clearly explain your circumstances to the judge.
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Thank you Whiskey. I don't want to rip off my landlord. I just wish they'd understand this is taking some time. I closed out my 401-K the day after and even that is going to take up to 45 days to receive.

I don't want to bother anyone at all and I'm sorry what you're going through.

I want to pay every penny I owe. I just can't until all of this is settled and I am drawing another paycheck along with receiving my 401-K and unemployment.

Thank you for your advice. But I am still terrified.

This really sux.