WILLIAM G. COBB, Magistrate Judge.
On March 8, 2017, the court issued an order screening Plaintiff's amended complaint, concluding that she could proceed with State law claims for conversion (against Sheppard, Wallin, Fiat of Reno), deceptive trade practices (Wallin, Sheppard, Fiat of Reno), fraudulent inducement (Wallin, Sheppard, Fiat of Reno), fraud (Wallin, Sheppard, Fiat of Reno), financial elder abuse (Wallin, Sheppard, Fiat of Reno), and intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED) against Santander Consumer USA Inc., dba Chrysler Capital (Santander). Plaintiff was granted leave to amend with respect to the federal claims under the federal Truth in Lending Act (TILA) and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), and the IIED claim(s) (as to Wallin, Sheppard, Fiat of Reno). (ECF No. 50.) Plaintiff was given thirty days to file a second amended complaint which cures the deficiencies with respect to the TILA, ECOA and IIED claims outlined in the order. (Id.) The court advised it would address jurisdiction when Plaintiff files a second amended complaint, or when the time to do so has expired. (Id.) The court concurrently referred the case to the pro bono program. (ECF No. 52.)
On March 15, 2017 Norman L. Wallin filed a motion that in essence seeks a stay for filing a responsive pleading until such time as a second amended complaint is filed or the time expires for Plaintiff to do so, so that Wallin will only have to respond to the operative pleading. The court finds that good cause exists to