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You can provide a sworn Affidavit and serve it on the Applicant and then file it with proof of service at the courthouse.
In the affidavits, as exhibits include all your evidence that you have.
It will be in the same form as your mother's.
The Judge will see it because you are filing it with the court.
I don't know what is going on because it sounds to me that this is just a motion and you are not having a trial and I don't understand that to be frank.
But you do need to put in your evidence into an Affidavit because it is not a trial and because she did you need to have enough on your side.
You can ask for an adjournment to either have time to get ready to answer or to find a lawyer.
You can make your own and have the clerk at the courthouse swear it for you.