A Notice of Eviction is an order from the court informing you that you will be removed from your home on a specific day and time. This must not be ignored. The Notice of Eviction will say the date and time the court bailiff will attend your home. If you are at home at the time then they will explain that you are being evicted and that you must leave the property straight away. The Bailiff will give you a maximum of 10 minutes to pack up a few personal items. You will have 14 days to collect the rest of your personal belongings such as your furniture and your clothes. Should you not arrange to collect them within the 14 days they will be removed and disposed of.
Eviction makes no regard if you have young children, sick or elderly relatives, it’s a heart breaking process and at that point you become homeless. In addition to this once the house is sold by the mortgage company if you still owe them money – they will still pursue you for this, if the mortgage was joint with an ex-partner then they will pursue you both separately.
In order for us to help you we must arrange to go to court BEFORE the eviction takes place – we can help in almost every case but time is of the essence and we need as much time to prepare as possible.