You can schedule a hearing to have the contract (which is what the Agreement is) be made into a court Order and then have it enforced by contempt. You also no longer need to have court hearings for uncontested divorces. Virginia authorizes the use of Affidavits effective July 1, 2012. Your money would be well spent to consult with a lawyer.
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I agree with the previous attorney: you should get an attorney to assist you with this (to push through the divorce on a more expedited basis, to advise you as to which of these obligations you have to pay and which ones you do not, and to enforce the agreement against your spouse). The Fairfax Bar Association has a lawyer referral service that provides you with a 30 minute consultation with an attorney for an administrative fee of $35 or $40. Visit www.fairfaxbar.org for further information about this service. You can also search on Avvo and elsewhere for family law attorneys in your local area that offer free consultations, as many of them do.
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