"Bradford explained the strategy of "Pretender Defenders": "They use arguments like 'show me the note,' 'securitization,' 'MERS,' 'robo-signing,' and so on. Although these have some legal validity, inevitably, the entity foreclosing corrects the defects and wins because of one central fact – the borrower failed to repay the mortgage loan as agreed." Bradford says, "These typical defenses generally amount to nothing more than STALL tactics."
This is true, you may stall them but you won't win, only the banks do. I spent a lot of money with an attorney going down this road, and nothing....don't waste your money.