If you don't have a final order, you can still ask for a portion of the property she removed. Take photos of the empty house to show that everything was taken and prepare of list of what you want back to effectuate an equal division of the property. I agree that this can be addressed through mediation.
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Have you talked to your attorney about this? Is everyone aware of what was agreed to? You need to be able to show that she didn't keep her word, so I am hoping that you had a list of property for each spouse. I agree with the other answer that suggests you photograph the empty house, to show that it's all gone.
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