Q: How do I get standing to file Motion to Dismiss on my elderly mothers foreclosure onhome? I reside with her as caregiver
I already filed a motion to dismiss, pro se, as I was included in the foreclosure since I reside with her. I just got court papers of banks motion to dismiss due to lack of standing. Is there anything I can do to get standing? Also, they say I failed to state a claim upon which relief can be granted, are they saying this because I lack standing? My mother is 79 and I take care of her after she had a stroke in 2014. She can't afford an attorney, but the bank has abused her so badly that I could not just let them have her home.
A: Maybe there are some low income or pro bono law assistance groups in your area.
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