Without seeing the actual "agreement" is it not possible to know whether it is enforceable. Attorneys who draft such marital settlement agreements stuff them full of enforceability provisions, including effective dates and attorney's fees provisions, then take care to get the agreement merged and incorporated into the decree of divorce so the agreement is enforceable both as a contract and court order. For the precise advice you needs, consult with an experienced Arizona family practitioner.
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It doesn't seem to make sense financially to hire counsel to enforce such minor monetary violations.
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