Your question can't be answered as written. It isn't clear what you are asking. Please clarify.
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I as well am not to clear as to what you are asking from the information provided. More information would help in providing you with a more clear response to your inquiry.
If by "prose" you mean "pro se" then maybe. If you can no longer afford your attorney, you should ask them to withdraw from the case or terminate their services from your end. This will probably not let you off the hook for any outstanding balances owed to them.
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