You should bring an FL-340, FL-347, FL-180, and FL-190 with you, but it is not totally clear from your question where you are procedurally on this thing.
Even if you properly filed for bifurcation it is within the judge's discretion and you are not eligible to be single until 6 months from the date that your spouse was personally served.
Best of luck.
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I agree with he previous post. Even if you ex does not oppose the bifurcation the judge may require that certain orders be made before granting your request so you need to be prepared to add or whiteout things in the judgment you prepare. Don't forget to take two postage prepaid envelopes with you as some of the clerks will not enter the judgment on the spot.
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