If you have filed all of the necessary documents including the petition, answer and waiver, notice of social security number, financial affidavits, child support guidelines if applicable and a marital settlement agreement signed by both you and your spouse, then you need to go to the clerk's office to request a final hearing and they will schedule it for you. If any of the above documents have not been filed, they will need to be filed first before the clerk will schedule a final hearing.
The court typically does not automatically assign a court date. You have to request one. Presuming all of your necessary paperwork has been filed and your case is ready to proceed to Final Judgment, you would need to contact the judicial assistant for the judge to whom your case is assigned and request hearing time for the entry of the Final Judgment. You should consult with an attorney to assist you if you are not familiar with how to coordinate and schedule a final judgment hearing.
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