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You'll be pleased to know that it is actually a very straightforward process to apply to court. You fill in form D50B and write a supporting statement and then send or take the documents to your local county court. The court will list the matter for a hearing - probably via the phone - and make an order.
You can attach the letters/documents your ex has already signed to prove that he is in agreement - but he will be invited to attend the hearing in any case, and if he's abroad it won't matter as the hearing will almost certainly be by phone.
Form D50B is here: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/688028/d50b-eng.pdf
You will need to check with the court counter the cost for filing this application. But if you are on a low income/benefits you may be entitled to fee remission. See form EX160: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/881302/ex160-eng.pdf
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Unfortunately this is just a Q&A site so I cannot assist you with completing the form - you will need to find a solicitor if you cannot complete it by yourself. Often CAB will have solicitors available to assist for free so you might want to try there first.
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