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It is not actually your attorney's responsibility to make sure that your ex does what he agreed to. If he hasn't though, what you will need to do is file a notice of contempt with the courts. You need to let your attorney know that your ex did not do as ordered. Your attorney can file a notice of contempt and thus the judge will make him do as he had agreed to do in the settlement agreement.
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What you can do is actually post another question and I will answer as many as you post. Just put in the header that I am to answer this question.
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