Thank you for the details. It all makes sense now.
Then in Dec, he drafted a Final Order for visitation and an Order to confirm arrearages and contempt charges claiming the court found that my husband was in contempt, that the court ordered he pay lawyers fees and that the court ordered him to pay an additional $1500 plus child support, a final judhement of $60K owed to his ex. He filed a motion to enter final order claiming this is what was ordered during the trial. Yesterday this went into place. Was what he did fraud on the court?
By filing the motion all he is doing is ASKING the court to accept the order as written.
Your husband needed to properly respond to the motion and state why it shouldn't be granted. Your husband should have filed a response in Dec. That he didn't respond is why the order went into place. Motions that are not objected to often get granted as unopposed.
So it's not fraud and the attorney is not going to get disbarred.
If your husband was served with the motion when it was filed with the court and didn't do anything, then he is very likely stuck.
If he wasn't served with the motion when it was filed he might be able to get the order overturned but he's darn well going to need a lawyer to get it done right.