So sorry for what you're going through. Are you sure you will have to move that soon? I know with my crazy condo that it went to sheriff's sale back in October, but then I found out that the court needed to approve the sale before it could be placed for eviction (well, that's the deal in IL, anyways). They still haven't filled that paperwork all these months later. I'll have 60 days from the date the court approves the sale.
On the plus side of moving, a friend of mine said that I should move as soon as practically possible (long story re: UI, so I'm making $50/week right now & can't get UI; so I'm stuck for now). She's a judge & said that as awful as it is to see people go through this, the upside is that once they finish with the court stuff & move out, they begin to really put it behind them. You are closing this awful chapter of your life & are starting a new, beautiful chapter. :) Try to hang on to that hope. Moving is always stressful, even under the best of circumstances, but at the end of the day you will be done with all these worries, done with all the fruitless fighting to keep the status quo, done with the phone calls & everything else. You get a fresh start in a new home. You still have your beautiful children & all the things that really matter in life. Focus on that. Sell what you can on Craig's List or eBay. Leave behind anything you no longer need. I can tell you from my own experience that it actually feels better not to have so much stuff cluttering up your life. ;)
also, fyi ... moving companies put out those kinds of checklists for free:
Here's the one I used last time I moved:www.movers-edge.com/Moving-Checklist-s/12.htm
RealSimple has a checklist that isn't nearly as comprehensive but includes some key points for families (schools, doctors, etc.):www.realsimple.com/home-organizing/organizing/moving/moving-checklist-00000000000208/index.html
Hope that helps!