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1. No, you don't have to consult the opposing attorney.
3. The lawyer himself.
4. It would be best to file your motion for sanctions and memo in support at the same time. It is not required, but that is the preferred way.
5. Yes, you can request specific relief. Generally it is not a big part of the motion, just at the end, you would say something like "WHEREFORE, petitioner prays for X, Y, Z, and all other relief appropriate in these premises."
6. You could theoretically file a counterclaim for abuse of process, but I would just ask for your costs after you win the suit.