I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear that this happened.
Concealing the fact that your wife was unable to have children may be grounds for an annulment rather than a divorce, since your consent to the marriage was obtained without all the key facts. You cannot seek an annulment on that basis if you've engaged in intercourse since you found out (because then you're considered to have forgiven her).
With that said, there's unfortunately no cause of action against your wife in this situation, other than divorce or annulment. There's just no way to prove damages, because it's all speculative. There's no way to know that you would've met someone else you wanted to spend your life with, or that you would've had kids with someone else, or to put a value on the joy of having kids, or anything like that. So you unfortunately cannot sue her directly for the lie. The judge will equitably divide the assets in a way that he believes to be fair, and you can use her deception to ask for a larger amount of the assets than what she is getting.
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