How to Comply with Fair Housing Law When Dealing with a Hoarding Problem

November 7, 2011
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This month, we're going to discuss the fair housing implications of a significant problem: hoarding. Many of us collect or keep objects—perhaps more than we should—because they have sentimental value or we may “need them someday.” But compulsive hoarding is more than simply having too much clutter.

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