I'm sorry to hear this; normally after the divorce decree is entered, things go smoothly; but there can be complications.
you mention that there may be violations of the divorce decree. If there are knowing and willful violations of the decree, then the court has the ability to, upon motion, find the party in contempt. When a party is in contempt, (again, this must be a known violation- so they are aware of the court order; and it must be willful - they are intending to violate the court order) the court has the ability, upon motion, to award attorney fees to the innocent party, fine the violating party, and even order jail time for the more egregious (i.e ongoing) violations.
In order to close on a real estate transaction, one would need a real estate agent; but it is always a good idea to have an attorney oversee the process, particularly when there is a divorce decree that is addressing that very issue (so the lawyer can ensure that the sale complies with the divorce decree, for example).
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