I know that you are not disappointed, but I am still sorry to hear about the postponment. Nothing hurts a client more than getting prepared for a trial that does not occur because it was postponed.
I honestly don’t understand your question about the writ of execution. You will need to go more into detail about this topic - like what is it from, etc.
If you had to pay a judgment for her prior attorney, and you did not, it may not be waste, but it will be mismanagement of funds if you had them to pay it. I hope I understood this question also.
Now, it does sound like classic “waste” when she waited months to sign agreements to sell property which was costing money. I would suggest that you have clear exhibits showing the extra cost and the number of times you communicated with her about selling the property.
Not paying marital debt, even though you can, is not necessarily marital waste. You have to look at intent and the situation of each instance.
Now, perjury should be pointed out. Either she lied on her tax returns or she lied in the interrogatories - either way she LIED and you can discredit her testimony by properly bringing this out. You bring this out on cross examination. Best of luck.
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