Can my ex-wife sue for attorney's fees if I'm pro se?

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I make more than my ex-wife and therefore any court action while I was represented required me to pay a portion of her attorney fees (CO C.R.S 14-10-119). However, if pro se, would this still apply as I "no longer have an advantage to maintain a case" (ie out-spend her in litigation)? After 2 years of divorce and numerous motions filed by her, it's time to move on.

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