Originally Posted by helpusgetrid
WELL WE TOLD HER THAT WE WERE GOING TO MOVE IN FIGURING THAT ANY PERSON IN THERE RIGHT MIND WOULD NOT WANT TO BE IN THAT SITUATION AND SHE WAS PERFECTLY FINE WITH IT......THE THING IS...SHE HAS NO JOB SO I don't REALLY THINK SHE CARES AS LONG AS SHE DOES NOT HAVE TO PAY RENT! SHE IS NOT SANE! Can't EXPRESS THAT ENOUGH! SHE IS TRYING TO GET CUSTODY OF A CHILD THAT SHE PRETTY MUCH ABANDONED...HAS NO JOB...NO PLACE TO LIVE....AND IS COMPLETELY UNGRATFUL! WE EVEN OFFERED TO GIVE HER AN APT FOR 6 MONTHS IF SHE WOULD LEAVE....sHE SAID NO...UNLESS WE BOUGHT HER A CAR TOO!
I understand that she's got issues. I've dealt with people like this more than I care to think about. They are AGGRAVATING! I get it.
I just can't stress enough that your boyfriend needs to find out the exact, legal proceedure and get the ball rolling ASAP. It seems slow and frustrating and unfair - I understand that. But in the long run that's the quickest, easiest way to get rid of her.
And as I told you before, you need to remain nowhere to be seen (by her - asking for advice from others is fine). Once he gives her notice and files the eviction suit you guys need to LEAVE HER ALONE and let this play out. You don't want to do anything to screw up the process.
Has he done what was suggested here and given her the proper notice?
Believe me when I tell you that I've had to sit by and wait for someone to be evicted and it feels like it's nearly impossible. But I've done it the other way - thinking I can somehow get them to leave some other way. Once someone has dug in their heels eviction is the way to go?