That's highly unlikely. You have alleged a serious crime and something for which a lawyer can be disbarred. Make that allegation falsely and you can expect to be sued and severely dealt with. If you actually have evidence, stop posting on the internet, and contact the state bar of Georgia and your county DA to pursue it. If the allegation is not backed by serious evidence, stop mentioning it.
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First it is important to ask yourself what makes you think your attorney got paid off by your ex-husband; it is very unlikely that an attorney would risk his or her reputation and license this way. If your suspicions turn out to be true, they may well be career-ending for the attorney. I would encourage you to speak with your former lawyer and see if she or he can explain to you satisfactorily why things did not go as well as you had hoped in the divorce. There could have been a lot of factors in play that the attorney had no control over. If you genuinely suspect that the attorney may have been paid off, you could file a bar complaint. You can also use the AVVO search feature to find a new attorney in your area. Good luck.
I agree with my colleagues here. If you truly have evidence of the lawyer doing this, take it to the Georgia Bar. If not, please don't post this. I will say it is highly unlikely this is true though. No one case is worth our license to practice law. I wish you the bets of luck in this situation!
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