I would urge you to hire an attorney to at least review the agreement to ensure it is fair. It is important to have any orders modified so that they are given the full force of the law. For example, if the parties leave any support orders as they are, the other party can then file a request for wage garnishment and request that they be enforced, including the arrears, and the court will not retroactively modify it, so that is a big concern.
Normally if the parties are in agreement the court will just rubberstamp the requested revision, making it the new court order.
Since custody and support are always a pending issue (ie subject to modification) it does not require one to vacate any judgment.
If one's personal attorney could at least review the proposal, then the other attorney can apply to the court for the modifications. That should not be a problem.
Some attorneys will do this; others will not.
For example, please see modification forms ehre:
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