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Eviction Protection Orders Extended

Posted by Laura L. Donaldson | Jun 28, 2021

Many are still struggling to pay their rent and remain in their homes due to job loss, illness or the effects of the pandemic. There is some hope. The following information has been made available to consumers to assist in determining their options.

If you or someone you know have been affected by the pandemic and unable to pay your rent, the CDC (Center for Disease Control) has extended its eviction protection orders until July 31, 2021. You must take steps to protect yourself, including providing your landlord with a CDC Declaration. If you have done this previously, you don't have to do it again. View this link to see eligibility requirements: CDC Eligibility Requirements

The CDC has also provided guidance on state and local organizations that distributing federal money for rent and utilities for those who qualify. Visit this link to see eligibility requirements: Organizations Distributing Federal Money

If reviewing these options does not provide the relief which you seek, call the skilled attorneys at Kuni Donaldson, LLP. We can help you determine if there are other legal means available to you to retain your residency until further guidance is provided. We look forward to assisting you.

About the Author

Laura L. Donaldson

Laura L. Donaldson joined Jonathan Kuni to form Kuni Donaldson, LLP in 2008. Her primary focus is bankruptcy law, providing compassion and understanding to consumers who need help finding a fresh start from their debt. She also practices personal injury law, helping clients recov...


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