You provided very limited facts. If you in fact have not signed a stipulation and your agreement was not entered into and in front of a mediator it sounds as if you can back away from the agreement.
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It isn't clear whether you have reached an agreement about the production of documents or not.
As to the first demand to produce, if all you got was objections, you may need to file a motion to compel production if your discussions with the opposing attorney (under the rubric "meet and confer") did not result in a written agreement about how and when you will receive documents, and hopefully including a commensurate extension of time to file your motion.
If you do have a written agreement and the other side hasn't lived up to it, you will have to make a motion after another "meet and confer" to try to get compliance.
You ought to review all correspondence, including emails, concerning your demand to produce to figure out what your status is. It might be worth an hour of attorney time to sort this out for you, so that you are not cheated out of the discovery you deserve in your case.