What do I tell the judge - I wasn't trying to represent my parents, I was just trying to help them because at their age they get confused and stressed out right away. They wanted me to be there to help them understand what the judge was going to say. How do I explain this to the judge to keep the eviction in process?Consider having your parents with you at the next hearing and explain that you are not representing your parents - You are only there as their daughter. Ask the judge if you will allow you to speak for your parents while your parents are in the room
Also, originally the contract was first signed as M. W. of Amigos N.C. and their home address. Then months later the County asked that we have M.W. has Owner of Amigos N.C., so we amended the contract and then had to resign the contract and then the County called again and said in order for the liquor license to pass we need to take off M.W. and just put Amigos N.C. and the address of the bar. I still have the last two copies of the contract - can we get this to be amended with M.W. of Amigos N.C. because that was originally on the eviction notice to the Courts - It had Defendants M.W. of Amigos Night Club.
This is a much more difficult problem to solve. You will need to ask the judge not to dismiss your action but rather to allow you to substitute the correct defendant