Information and Forms
Find helpful articles and free court forms related to eviction by following the links below. If you’ve been served with court eviction papers, you must file a written Answer with the court within 10 business days of when you were served with the court papers for eviction. Important: In your written Answer to the Court, it is a good idea to write out in the space for “Other” if you are protected from eviction by the CARES Act or by Gov. Bullock’s directive. State in the “Other” section the reasons why you qualify for the protection. You can read our FAQ on housing and Coronavirus to see if you might qualify for these protections.
Find out if there are laws protecting you from eviction in your situation. Find free do-it-yourself letters you can use to tell your landlord you are protected from eviction. Read More
Learn about the informal hearing and review process in the federal housing programs that exist in all 50 states -- the Housing Choice Voucher (also called "Section 8") program and project-based housing assistance. Read More
A tool to use to find the information you need to represent yourself or handle a problem with your rental. Read More