The Court is asking for your proposed decree -- meaning what you propose to be the final decree so the judge physically has something to review and sign. As such, you need to provide the final decree as you wish it to be entered. This should have been part of your joint petition package. There are many, many ways to go wrong with this type of do-it-yourself project. It would be well worth the cost of a consultation for you to have an attorney look over what you have done and make sure everything is in order and presented in a manner that would be acceptable to the court.
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