An FL-825 is notice of a judgement, which is the form you get to show you were no longer married. Make sure it's filled out, stamped, etc. To be totally sure, stop by the local self help center and ask them.
It's hard to answer your question based on what you said. You could to the court's family law facilitator and get some help. Check the LA Superior Court website for self help information.
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A summary dissolution judgment was submitted to the court on behalf of the Petitioner. If the judgment was done correctly, then the court will sign it and terminate your marriage.
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