I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear that you're having so much trouble.
The lawyer is only representing your wife's wishes, which is his job. It is pretty common for one party to want to sue the other's lawyer in a divorce case, but that's unfortunately not allowed most of the time. When a lawyer is doing what he's supposed to be doing, the opposing party is usually not going to be happy with him. Also, he's your wife's agent - he's acting on her behalf, but she's ultimately responsible for her lawyer's behavior. So there isn't any sort of separate cause of action against the lawyer.
If your wife is not willing to even considering trying to settle the issues in your divorce, you can go ahead and file a Motion for Trial, explaining to the judge that you're not going to be able to reach an agreement and that you'd like him to divide the assets and debts. After the trial, the judge can order that all assets be sold to pay the marital debts, whether she likes it or not. If they try to object or continue, you'll be able to use the amounts of interest you're paying as a reason the case should NOT be continued. You can even ask that your wife single-handledly bear the costs of delay. But to do that, you have to ask for a trial first.
Another option is to file a Motion to Sell Property Pending Trial, explaining to the judge which assets need to be sold and why. You can argue that paying such high daily interest is only eating up the value of the marital assets and that your wife is therefore dissipating marital property by stalling, which she should not be allowed to do. It's not likely that you'd be able to get a motion approved before the foreclosure scheduled tomorrow, though. The judge will want to hold a hearing to determine the best course of action. But you can use your wife's refusal to sell property and the fact of the foreclosure to show that she's throwing away marital funds.
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