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While the court may have ordered that your probation would end on a given date---part of your probation is that you pay all of your court fines. By not paying the fines in full during your probation, technicality you violate probation and your probation will probably be continued and you will still be under the control of the probation office until you pay the fines off.
Paying your payments on line while out of state would not necessarily let the state know that you are out of state. However, you will have to get a new driver's license in VA and they will notify the state that you are there.
It is possible to transfer probation to another state, but you will need the permission of both your probation department in AZ as well as the office in VA that would be taking over the probation---and VA taking over your probation is not automatic. Alternatively, you could file a motion with the local court where you were convicted of DUI and ask to be released from probation so you can relocate because of your failing health and divorce.
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