Trial dates are being set (and rescheduled) pursuant to the discretion of the judge. a party who insists to expedite a case should direct his or her lawyer not to consent to the adversary's request for adjournment absent real emergencies. No one can give you more definitive and accurate advice than your lawyer, who should have his hand on the pulse and knows all the players.
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Divorce cases are assigned "tracks" by the court. If you've had a preliminary conference you should have a trial date - which is, absent unforeseen delays, the date by which the case should be resolved.
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