You need to contact the court or the agency to ask that question.
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You should anticipate that it will occur shortly, but may be premised on the payment of the fees and therefore not scheduled presently. I would have to look at the recommendation.
Additionally it appears that you are in a divorce litigation without representation. This is foolish. What you are doing will continue to effect you for the rest of you life.
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