If the application for the decree nisi has already been submitted, you are purely at the Liberty of the courts.
The times have become protracted although there is no reason why a divorce should have been not completed within six months particularly if it’s not contested. What you don’t know of course, because you have not been in control of it, is how quickly this organisation was submitting documentation.
There is no reason why you cannot ring the court and refer to your case number ***** ask them to confirm the timescale. I hardly think it’s going to take six months for this final bit.
A word of warning: the courts are not well-known for picking up the telephone to don’t be at all surprised if the phone rings out for half-an-hour or even longer. You could try writing a letter but you not going to get a result within a couple of weeks. There is no formal way of speeding up the process. What I can tell you, from experience, that if you start to complain, the process will take longer! You may get further with a kind word than a gun and a plea for help to speed up the process.
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