Several legal remedies may potentially be available to you. However, without a lawyer to enforce your rights, those rights will almost certainly not be vindicated. In order to accomplish what you want, one needs a formal legal education and training and experience in family law, among other things. Lawyers study and work for years to learn these things. You cannot reasonably hope to learn your legal rights or how to enforce them on this or any other website.
You can certainly report the facts to the Dallas County District Attorney's office. Those are the folks responsible for determining whether or not a person has violated a criminal statute and for prosecuting criminal offenses. You don't need a lawyer to make such a report. However, getting the records sealed and possibly getting you some monetary recovery from the lawyer will require you to hire a lawyer.
You specified "Ethics" as the practice area for your query. If you think your spouse's lawyer has committed an ethical violation, your remedy is to file a grievance against her with the State Bar of Texas. You don't need a lawyer to do this. All of the information and forms you need can be found on the SBOT website. A link to that website also appears below.
You say you cannot afford a lawyer. Have you tried to hire one? If not, you should immediately consult a Dallas lawyer who is certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. A link to the Board's website appears below. Family lawyers' fees are generally within the reach of folks of average financial means. Some of them even offer a free initial consultation.
One of the remedies available to you is a motion to seal court records. If you petition the judge to seal these court records and demonstrate that you've been harmed by them, you should be able to get them removed from the public eye. If this is a family case, however, most records are fair game under the "best interest of the child".