You should get an initial consultation with a lawyer who practices in your state. They can tell you if the divorce really was finalized, or if there is more that needs to be done. Note that, if your husband was still legally married at the time that he married you, then your current marriage may be legally void, and would need to be re-done after his divorce is finalized. I'm afraid it's very difficult to understand just what you're saying, so it's hard to give more advice than that. (Please see this Guide: www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/five-tips-for-how-to-ask-for-legal-advice-on-avvocom )
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If the proceedings took place in Missouri, you can search for it on CaseNet (https://www.courts.mo.gov/casenet/base/welcome.do) and see if it was finalized. If they are still married, your marriage would be void (RSMo 451.030). If your marriage is void, he would have to finalize his divorce and then you would have to be married again.
Mr. Coulter has been kind enough to provide a complete answer, and to link you to the places where you can find additional information. If your husband is still married, seek legal counsel immediately.
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