WAY TO GO! for all the hard work you have been doing (((HUG)))
All the things she's been doing and saying are very typical from a person with a severe hoarding mentality.
Putting the blame on movers from decades ago
Wanting a lawyer to try to fight the city/county ordinances
Refusal to address the items and condition of the home
Making up imagined scenarios as to what the officials will actually do...
What they actually want is
clear access to all doors and windows should she need ambulance or fire department help.
Properly working plumbing and bathroom fixtures.
No flammable materials stored around or near heat sources like stove, water heater, furnace, etc.
Clear access to power, water and gas shut offs.
Sanitary conditions like no spoiled or rotting food or deceased animals or human or animal waste.
No rodent or insect infestations.
No build up of flammable materials like excess newspapers or flammable liquids like paint removers etc.
The sad fact is that a lot of people begin hoarding at a younger age and then when they get old, sick or infirm the hoarding becomes so overwhelming that the home and their health rapidly go downhill.
Hang in there, you are not alone (((hug)))