It depends. More facts are needed. Ask the lawyer who withdrew what your options are. Or hire a new lawyer.
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It is highly recommended that you consult with a local attorney immediately who can review all of the documents related to this matter.
AVVO or your local county bar association can provide attorney referrals.
There may be a way to stop the eviction, but more information is needed. Find a new attorney to represent you and discuss your options regarding the eviction.
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