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I am sorry to hear about what you are going through. In a situation like this, you want to make the attorney aware that she failed to act in your best interest and as a result, there is no additional delay and she failed to act/perform as agreed, in regard to asking for a continuance, so the date can be moved. If she recognizes this, she should not be charging you for HER error and if she is and there are issues, you can file a complaint against her with the Bar, if her actions prejudiced you and she was not prepare and did what she was hired for.