Eviction

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Question: My sister gets social security disability i work, she leased an apartment in Glendale AZ , i work 40 hours plus and pay the difference of 617.00 a month plus lights that are in her name . On march 31st 2020 she decided to move out of an apartment thats leased under her name and just leave me there there is rent owed due to my hours being drastically cut to 25 hours a week. i was obligated to invest in internet snd a upgraded computer to be able to work from home due to the COVID 9 .I just seen an eviction letter to be in court on april 14 2020 , what rights do i have ?

Answer: It would be wise to speak with a legal advocate as soon as you can. There are links to free and low-cost legal services on this website at http://www.azlawhelp.org/accessToJustice. You may wish to contact your local free civil legal aid organization directly instead. Depending on where you live, it is either Community Legal Services (http://clsaz.org), Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. (https://www.sazlegalaid.org), or DNA-People’s Legal Services (https://dnalegalservices.org). In the meantime, the answers to some frequently asked questions about the impact of COVID-19 on residential evictions – including links to financial assistance for tenants – is available here: https://covid19.azlawhelp.org/housing.

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  • My sister gets social security disability i work, she leased an apartment in Glendale AZ , i work 40 hours plus and pay the difference of 617.00 a month plus lights that are in her name . On march 31st 2020 she decided to move out of an apartment thats leased under her name and just leave me there there is rent owed due to my hours being drastically cut to 25 hours a week. i was obligated to invest in internet snd a upgraded computer to be able to work from home due to the COVID 9 .I just seen an eviction letter to be in court on april 14 2020 , what rights do i have ?

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