Generally that means that the matter has come to a conclusion in some way. Cases are kept on the court's list - known as a docket - when they are active and open. Once a case has settled or the matter resolved in some way it then becomes listed as disposed. Has all the paperwork been filed and taken care of? Are you waiting for the final paperwork to be signed? Then that is what probably happened and now you should be able to go and get your signed judgement of divorce. Check out the court file to be sure. You as a party to the litigation has the right to review the court's file. Good luck.
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