My question involves a relationship in the state of:Illinois, Cook County, Streamwood
My girlfriend tried to kill herself a few hours ago. The paramedics took her from my house on a stretcher, barely conscious. Normally I would have to serve her with a 30 day notice to evict her. As she is already physically out, and will likely be in the hospital for some time, can I just move all her stuff to a storage locker and deny her entry when/if she is released? If I do still have to serve her, do I do so at the hospital's address? Does she need to be conscious for the 30 days to start?
I've lived here for over 15 years. I let her move in maybe 6 months ago. She has been sharing my bed. Unfortunately, I did not realize exactly how crazy she is until it was too late. Though she gets mail here and has no other address, she has never had an ID with my address on it. They took her out with nothing but her earrings. I have the keys I gave her, her cell phone (on my plan), credit cards, etc. She has paid me no rent and has no lease and no car. She receives SNAP (food stamps), over $1,000/mo from Social Security, and a Section 8 housing voucher (not currently attached to any address), so she will not be on the street.
Thank you in advance for any assistance you can provide.