If you have a mediated settlement agreement or a Rule 11 Agreement disposing of all issues, then file a motion to enter judgment and set a hearing. Notify his attorney and then show up on the appointed day.
If you don't have a mediated settlement agreement or a Rule 11 Agreement, you might try a half-day mediation with Bo Brown (very good, not very expensive) and see if you can reach agreement on the remaining issues. Once that is done, file the mediated settlement agreement, draft a decree, and set the motion to enter.
If you can't mediate, then set it for a half-day trial. The judge will give you a ruling, which you can reduce to an order, and then set the motion to enter if your husband won't sign.
You need a family law attorney to help you through this. As you can see, it's proceduraly nontrivial and you don't want to get this wrong otherwise the matter will linger for a very long time.
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