Answered on Jan 16th, 2017 at 11:34 AM
At the outset, I need clarification. You mention trial, but then you complain that you have not seen your children for two years under the temporary orders. This does make a difference to you main question. Has the divorce been finalized? If so, when? The reason I am going there is to see if there might be an avenue to correct the wrongs before looking at malpractice.
As to the potential malpractice, yes it sounds like you may have a case, depending on the exact facts and the damages you suffered. Those damages could include any attorney fees incurred in fixing the situation, if it can be fixed as I noted above. For general information on malpractice, please see http://www.hartwig-law.com/Legal-Malpractice.shtml
These are factual issues that we can discuss. If you are interested in pursuing the matter further, I off an initial 1/2 hour consultation without charge. If you want to set an appointment for the initial consultation, feel free to telephone, or email, my office.
David R. Hartwig