Your attorney can ask the judges clerk to put a hearing on the calendar so as to get an oral ruling. That would be an unusal means of gettng the judge's attention, but it's legal.
An alternative would be to seek a writ of mandate from the appellate court, which would be ridiculously expensive.
Another alternative would be to file a motion to disqualify the judge for cause, on grounds that the judge is apparently unable to carry out the requirements of his/her office.
Or you could move for a dismissal of the action, and then file a new divorce action, and hope to get a different judge assigned.
There really isn't a "good" alternative -- but, wha I've offered are some methods to get things moving.
Hope this helps.
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