What do I file to ask the judge for assistance regarding not being made to move from estate property due to financial hardship?
Question Details: I was my late mother's caregiver. I live in the house that has now become the estate of our Trust. I have no money and no where to go. I was told there was something I could file asking the judge for some kind of help because the executor, my brother, will not help me.
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You were misinforrmed: the court, the legal system, and the state (since the state ultimately funds the courts and legal system) have no obligation to and will not provide a party or person financial assistance, including assistance to relocate or move or find new housing. (Think about it: if the court had to do this, they'd be paying for essentially every tenant who gets evicted for failing to pay his/her rent, which means that the government would end up taking on or subsidizing their housing.) That you have no place to go does not require or even allow (i.e. provide the legal power or authority for) a judge to give or make sure you get a loan.
You have to contact community organizations, charities, religious institutions (e.g. churches) etc. if you need to find someone who give you a loan or other financial assistance.