The two important documents are the Judgment and the Notice of Entry of Judgment. The Judgment document states the terms of your divorce. The Notice of Entry of Judgment states the date on which your status is terminated and you are a single person again. If I were you I would at least have copies of these two documents.
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To be safe, I would call the Clerk's office to see if your Judgment has been entered. Since most of those documents look they were filed on the same day (3/6/12), I think they probably just noted that the proposed Judgment was received, but it's still probably being reviewed by the Clerk and/or the Judge.
Once you receive the endorsed-filed copy of the Judgment back from the court, it will have the effective date stamped on it so that you know when your divorce is final.
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