The four legal aid programs and the EHOC in Missouri held a statewide Zoom webinar, under funding from HUD, on the topic of "Preventing "Eviction". To view the webinar, click on the following link: webinar Please note, the video is located on YouTube and the audio has about a 25 second delay. If you click on the above link, you will be leaving this website. You may also view the information in pdf format linked below.
If you think you are near to foreclosure on your house, you can take steps to avoid the foreclosure. The Missouri Bar has published a brochure with valuable information for you. Click on the document below to open the brochure.
By Paul Adler Published: Nov. 17, 2021
The Legal Services of Eastern Missouri (LSEM) maintains informational materials on their website regarding the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention's anti-eviction moratorium order. For more information go to:
Owning a home is a key part of the American dream. Unfortunately, if you have a disability, you may find it harder to afford to buy and retrofit a home to accommodate your needs. That’s because if you are unable to work or if you face significant medical expenses, you might not be able to qualify for a traditional mortgage or provide a 20% down payment.
Safe, secure affordable housing is a basic human need, as well as a critical component of family stability and community success.
Missouri's Landlord Tenant Law - The Rights and Responsibilities of Landlords and Tenants. This is a publication from the Missouri Attorney General's Office. If you click on the above link, you will be leaving this website.
Finding a safe and affordable place to rent takes time. Below are some important factors to consider: PLANNING AHEAD
What Is a Lease?
What is a Security Deposit? A security deposit is a payment required by a landlord from a tenant. It is paid to cover the possible expense of any repairs which the landlord may have make after a tenant moves out for damages to the rental unit greater than normal “wear and tear."