I haven't recieved anything else regarding the case. The lawyer that was working on my case became ill and was unable to contact me with further info.
Yes, the Court has dissolved your marriage. If you interested in trying to contest the judgment, you need to contact an attorney right away. If you just want to know your rights and obligations (i.e., the terms of the divorce), you should go to the courthouse and ask to see the file (and all of the papers that are in it).
Any answer or other information posted above is general in nature and is not intended, nor should it be construed, as legal advice. This posting does not create an attorney-client relationship between you and the posting attorney, and you are urged to engage a qualified attorney who is licensed to practice in the relevant jurisdiction.
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