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Should my parents go to the FED Hearing Tuesday and ask the judge for more time to find a house. HUD is assisting with finding a house that will be handicap accessible to meet her health needs. But they need more time to find a rental.
Would my parents be better off firing their lawyer tomorrow and getting a new lawyer. Can they ask for a continuiance to the FED Hearing while they retain new council. Example of current lawyer attention to detail. The 120 process for the FED states that my parents should had received 7 days to respond before the FED Hearing request and they received a call from their lawyers assistant Friday 7/27in the after noon and she faxed the information to them. Not 7 days
Would the judge really give them only 48 hours to move out at the FED Hearing on Tuesday?
Thanks for the help.
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