Generally, if you served and filed a Petitoin for divorce and there has been no answer, you may file a Notice of Default and seek to proceed to court by default, that means your spouse would not be able to respond in court to your requests and a court may determine what is equitable based on those requests. Look for forms in your state related to divorce default.
In Pennsylvania, if one party does not consent to divorce, no divorce can be obtained for 2 years unless a party has alleged fault grounds (such as adultery, desertion, personal indignities, cruel and barbarous treatment). In your case, since you have filed for divorce over 2 years ago, the fault/no fault issues are inapplicable. Accordingly, you can seek a divorce under no fault grounds (and not have to wait) by filing under Section 3301(d).
You need to first make sure your original complaint raised counts for a 3301(d) or two year separation. If not, you need to amend the complaint to include this count. Most lawyers include this as a matter of course even if the two years have not passed. Next, you need to prepare and sign the 3301(d) alleging you separated two years or more ago and serve that with a counteraffidavit on your spouse. You then need a stipulation to withdraw your equitable distribution count and then a proposed decree and praecipe package which you will file with the court after giving your spouse twenty days written notice on the forms required by court.
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