Davis Law SC | D. Nathan Davis
Attend the hearing before the Magistrate after you file your response to the eviction. Sometimes you will get extra time to get out. Also, be sure to contact an agency such as Legal Aid who may be able to represent you for free and also obtain you more time to stay if you are entitled to extra time.
Answer Applies to: South Carolina
Law Offices of John F. Nicholson | John F. Nicholson
You have a "Catch-22" because you need money for someone to prepare and file a hardship motion for an extension of time; however, courts have the discretion to grant the extension or not. Your best bet is to find a friend or family to stay with temporarily until you are able to get your own place. If you are not getting public assistance for your children's disabilities you should look into that immediately.
Answer Applies to: California