I don't know, my attorney wrote it, I never even looked at it. He just wrote it and submitted it.
I am just shocked that he now just wants to let the Judge rule on a summary Judgment motion and not even try to argue for me.
He lead me to believe we would have to do discovery etc., which would give me more time to come up with a solution. I just think it is irresponsible for my attorney to say he is not going to respond to this motion.
No we did not allege that the mortgage company did anything wrong. I guess I have been taken advantage of. I thought the mortgage company would have to at least prove the open balance and interest. I didn't think the Judge would just accept whatever the mortgage company stated.
So there is nothing I can do? I can't write the Judge myself by fax in the morning asking not to rule against me?
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