The owner is my spouse's mother, she evicted my spouse, daughter, and I. They had a huge argument that lead to the eviction , without us being served with any court papers at all the only one we recieved was the sheriff's eviction notice and every lawyer said we were to late to do something we still got a "lawyer" to help us who ended up only stealing our money .Now she's avoiding our calls and text not wanting to give us our things out her saying that our things are not ours and they are going to go in the trash were they belong. We left everything in the house my daughter's medicine everything.
First of all, whoever told you you can't do anything about the eviction is wrong. The notice to vacate comes with a form that explains what you can do. Also, your attorney could get a writ set aside. I'm assuming you've already lost possession so let's move on to your personal property.
You are absolutely entitled to your personal property. You can bring a lawsuit or file a police report. What you shouldn't do is contact any of the lawyers you contacted regarding your unlawful detainer or that "lawyer."
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If your old landlord fails to give your stuff to you, you can file a lawsuit against her. You can also contact the police.
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