All of the Idaho Legal Aid Services' (ILAS) offices provide the following kinds of help with housing issues:
Community debts are debts incurred during your marriage by you or your spouse that are not separate debts.
Elderly people who have suffered discrimination are increasingly turning to federal law to secure greater housing opportunities and protect their rights...
100 Questions and Answers About Buying a New Home A home is a financial asset and more: it's a place to live and raise children; it's a plan for the future; it's an investment in your community. That's why we at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development want all Americans to have an opportunity to enjoy the benefits of owning a home. To become a first-time homebuyer, you need to know where and how to begin the homebuying process.
If you feel you have been discriminated against, you can file a complaint with the following state and federal authorities:
If you, as an individual or family, are seeking housing, the Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination because of:
- national origin
- familial status: Children under 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women, or people trying to get custody of someone under the age of 18.
- disability: mental and/or physical.
The term "housing" includes the following:
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To find more information about Idaho laws and ways to help yourself:
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20410-2000
January 9, 1995
OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY
FOR FAIR HOUSING AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
MEMORANDUM FOR: FHEO,Office Directors, Enforcement Directors, Staff, Office of Investigations, Field Assistant General Counsel
FROM: Roberta Achtenberg, Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal