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No, in the United States, each party is responsible for their own attorney's fees and costs. The only way that you would have to pay for attorney's fees of the other party is if the court determined that the motions were frivolous and had no bearing in law (it is a high burden for a party to meet this standard, especially if you are representing yourself). Courts do not like to prevent pro se litigants from filing motions.