Thank you for the opportunity to assist you.
It sounds like you're doing what I call a "paper divorce." That means that the parties basically agree on everything, there are no legal issues to resolve, and nobody goes to court. The documents are submitted, the judge signs off, and poof! You're divorced. If my assumption is incorrect, let me know.
Here's a step by step overview:
1. Fill out all the documents.
2. Your ex will need to sign the entry of appearance waiver and consent, the waiver for the two year requirement, the settlement agreement, and (most likely) the judgment of dissolution.
3. Once everything is signed, file everything except the certification of mailing of judgment with the clerk. Get a stamped copy of all documents for yourself and one for your ex.
4. Date the certificates of service the same day you file the documents with the clerk. Once you have the stamped copies, put a copy of everything in the mail to your ex that same day.
5. At some point, you'll get a certified copy of the judgment of dissolution. That's your official divorce decree. Send a copy of that to your ex, and then file the certification of mailing of judgment with the clerk. Get a stamped copy of that too.
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Best wishes to you,