It usuallly takes a few months due to the back log in the court, check with the clerks office they can give you a better estimate. Take care and I wish you all the best.
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I'm not sure that the divorce is necessarily moving along. If you had child custody mediation, that only settled part of the case. You may need to schedule another hearing through the Clerk's Office to get your case back on calendar if there are still other issues to be resolved.
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