Filings are a matter of right in court so you cannot prevent them. However judges give little credence to what the motion and replies say. They rely on the evidence. The key is preventing inadmissible evidence from gettimg in. That requires a lot of legal training. While you are entitled to represent yourself, I think I can guarantee you are going to lose witjout an attorney. The cost of losing may be 50 to 100 times the cost of the attorney.
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