I know some people here have attorneys. For several reasons I'm fighting pro se. Sometimes you don't have a choice. What do you guys feel really is the definition of success for a pro se. I haven't seen a lot of people winning pro se. Not to say you can't, and maybe it's because the well prepared pro se ligitiants end up in a settlement so you don't hear much about it. The case never went to trial. Would you have to win or get a modification to be considered successful? If you delayed the foreclosure for a few years, would that be a success even if the result was you lost your house? Kind of was wondering what everyone thought.