How long does a magistrate have to rule on a divorce case?

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I had a hearing on my divorce before a magistrate. He failed to equally dived the property as required by FLlaw. I filed a exception on the case. I had a hearing before the judge that referred it back to the magistrate.I had another hearing before the magistrate. The magistrate decision on the first hearing only took about a week and a half. It's been two months on the second hearing and no word. How long under state law does he have to rule on this case?

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