First, if your case was "DWOP'd" or Dismissed for Want of Prosecution, then that usually means that the case is closed and that you MUST start all over again.
Second, if your pauper's oath was denied, then you always can pay the fees and file a divorce.
Finally, the confusing part of your case disposition is that there is allegedly a trial on the merits scheduled. This may just be a mistake according to the computer at the courthouse or with the clerk. I recommend that you call the court coordinator and ask whether your case is still active. Either way, I would say that you definitely should appear at trial and speak with the court's personnel simply to clear things up.Ask a similar question
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