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What do you mean the WOP will be filed tomorrow? Has there already been a WOP hearing? You need to go to the hearing and ask the judge to give you time to move out.
If the WOP was already issued and given to the sheriff, there is not much you can do as the time to contest it would be at the WOP hearing.
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Yes, you can. You need to have a valid reason to object to the judge issuing the writ though. You can tell the judge you simply need another 20 days to get your affairs in order. Typically, the judges will allow it.