Go to your local court of common pleas, and ask for a stay of execution form.
Fill out all areas of the form. Include any extra information about why you need more time to move. Examples would be a person in your home who has a disability, someone who is older than 60 or repeated attempts to find new accommodations to no avail.
Keep a notebook and pen handy when looking for new living arrangements mark down the date, property and response you receive.
Take the completed form to the court within 10 days of the notice of eviction, and file the form with the office of the clerk of courts.
Ask the clerk when your hearing will be scheduled. Write down the date in your notebook.
Ask the clerk for two copies of the completed form. Keep one copy for your records, and keep it with your notebook. Deliver the other copy to your landlord or your landlord's lawyer.
Show up for your hearing at the court, as specified by the clerk and bring your notebook with you.
Answer the judge's questions, and be prepared to explain your need for more time to move, and specify how much time you will need.
Accept the decision of the judge, and plan your move accordingly.