No. You can't remarry until the judgment of divorce is entered.
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No. If you marry before the judgment of divorce is signed your marriage will be void and you will have committed bigamy.
What you can do is try to get expedited review of your papers - but you've waited till very late in the game to do it. You may want to consult an attorney to file a motion on your behalf.
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No. If you marry, that marriage is void because of the prior existing marriage. That can have devastating effects down the line should someone die or should there be another divorce.
You can still do the ceremony, but cannot "officially" marry until the divorce judgment is signed & entered in the clerk's office. Thus, if it comes down to it, you can still do the ceremony, but will need to be officially married at the clerk's office later on.
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