Only just as soon as you have followed your state's laws regarding notice. As soon as you are granted the eviction have the marshal assist you in removing the tenant if they refuse to leave.
The authorities will have a list of homeless shelters for the tenant to avail themselves of.
You are under no obligation to provide charity to nonpaying tenants - indeed you are opening yourself up for liability should they injure themselves (or claim to) and try to provide some kind of argument that they were guests, not tenants.
The presence or absence of children has no affect upon an eviction (or at least shouldn't have). Any tenant can be evicted once they have been served with the proper notice and that notice period has expired. Immediately after, go file for the eviction.
I am not being evicted. SO with that on the table my landlord decided he wanted to move back into his home.. I thought it was illegal to kick an abiding tenate out during the witner months even with notice. Was i mistaken