Ps. The real question to ask is if it's really worth it to change atorneys ... Will it really change the outcome of anything? Will it delay the closing? Etc.? ... The ony way to really know that is to probably consult a couple of other atorneys.... Again, best of luck to you.
You've had your question answered by others. I'm not local to your area but the question compelled me to respond. You make absolutely no mention of a broker and I might conjecture you didn't use one. You also give no idea of what your Attorney did to misguide you and what the losses are that you've had to bear. My impressions is, there may be enough blame to go around especially if you didn't have a broker looking out for your interests in the real estate transaction. By all means, get another Attorney. Good luck to you.
Yes, you can change who represents you any time you want. However, realize that a different attorney cannot change any legally binding documents that have already been signed including the contract. My guess is that you chose the attorney based on him or her offering you the lowest fee rather than who would do the best job representing you.
If seeking a new attorney, I would advise you to seek someone that specializes in Real Estate law and has exstensive experience + a proven track record. ... Best of luck + congratulations on the purchase of your new home.