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Yes, you can. If the agreement has not been filed with the Court, you can call and also e-mail and send other written notice to the other party or her Attorney if she is represented that you have changed your mind about the agreement, that you no longer agree to it because you were intimidated into signing it; that your assent to agreement was coerced.
If the agreement has been filed with the Court, but waiting for Court approval, you need to file Motion to notify the Court that you no longer agree to it; that you were forced to sign the agreement. That your assent to the agreement was not voluntary, was coerced and that you need to withdraw from it.
You can obtain blank Motion form at the Courthouse in the Clerk's Office.