This is not uncommon. Your lawyer has probably submitted the proposed form of Judgment of Divorce to the Court under the "Five Day Rule." This is actually a more efficient way of handling these matters than how they were done many years ago. Basically, your attorney submits the proposed form of Judgment to the Court. A copy is also sent to opposing counsel. Your attorney requests that the Court sign the proposed form of Judgment if it meets with the Court's approval and there is no objection by opposing counsel within five days. The Court typically grants the other party more than five days (to take into consideration mailing time). Furthermore, the Court has many other things on its plate as well, and sometimes needs a little extra time to review the judgment before signing it. The judgment is then filed and returned to you attorney, who in turn, sends a copy to you. Be patient...It is not uncommon for these matters to take a few weeks.
The judgment of divorce is signed the date the judge hears the grounds so you need to ask your attorney for the reasons for the delay.
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