You should immediately report this matter to the State of California Attorney General's office, and the Department of Real Estate as well. You should have all your "ducks lined up" so that these governmental agencies will take you seriously and open an investigation. You should have copies of documents and an easy to read summary of all the relevant facts. Those agencies will refer you to any other agencies that may want to get involved. You can also report this matter to the Federal Bureau of Investigation as well.
With regard to the attorneys involved, you may also report this to the State Bar of California. It sounds like it is a very complicated matter.
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