This platform tries to provide valuable suggestions qua life problems faced by querists. Such an exercise requires that the querists provide material facts, pure and simple. And more importantly presumptions and assumptions are to be avoided.
As to your query, first of all, Adalat has no powers to pronounce Orders or Judgments. The Adalat passes only awards based on the settlement arrived among the parties. Of course, an Award could be executed as if it is a decree.
In the instant case you have not furnished even the bare information as to the dispute that was settled and the nature of the payment, allegedly, agreed to be paid and also, the terms and conditions of the said settlement.
Moreover, the statement "also agreed to receive remaining half only after getting divorce decree which was filed by her in the family court" is confusing. It appears that the wife has filed a petition in the family court. What is the status of the matter? Has it been decreed granting the divorce? If not, how could there be a settlement presupposing that a decree of divorce would be granted by the Court?
As such, the posting is too sketchy based on which no menaingful suggestion is possible.
So also, what are the grounds for the issues raised by you? Is it that the settlement was no signed by wife and there is no award that passed lawfully in the due course? Or, is it that she has taken steps to get the settlement and the Award anulled?
In the absence of any such particulars, the queries posed are purely hypothetical.
In any professional consultation, it is elementary that party concerned ought to have furnished the complete and material facts and information and further clarifications, as and when sought.
Hence your pique is quite judgmental and too hasty.
Anyhow, I have no inclination to be part of this discussion any further.