He is in violation of a number of areas involving hundreds of thousands of dollars. I plan to take action by the end of the month after our son leaves for college.
Did the agreement have a provision in it that both parties agreed that opponent attorney fees would be paid for enforcing the order against violations? That information would help
Depends if the court finds 1) The MSA was crystal clear, 2) He can still comply (Otherwise no purge vis a vis petition for indirect civil contempt), and 3) His non-compliance was without compelling cause and justification (See 750 ILCS 5/508). Talk to a family law attorney in your area for specific guidance - never presume your case is a slam dunk.
You haven't given quite enough information here to get a definitive answer.
My advice would be to begin by consulting the attorney you hired for your divorce (whenever that was). Depending on the nature and the duration of the "violations" you're talking about, it might be the kind of thing where he would end up paying attorneys fees, or it might be the kind of thing where the best you could do would be to get compliance with the terms in the MSA - in the latter case, you would want to minimize your attorneys fees and in the former that wouldn't be such a concern.
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