If you and your spouse can not timely file the joint petition FORM I-751, USCIS can waive the untimely filing based on "good cause and extenuating circumstances".
It is a I-751 not I-759. In my opinion you are in a really tough predicament as your LPR status statutorily is deemed revoked for failure to remove the condition.
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File the I751 with an explanation - generally it is accepted. Contact a US immigration attorney.
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