No, although an inquest means the court is prepared to hear arguments and reach decisions related to equitable distribution, support, and the rest of the items that will comprise the final settlement.
There’s still a lot of paperwork that has to be processed prior to the court mailing you the final Judgment of Divorce, which may take many months to receive.
Sorry, you’re not there yet, but once you’re through the inquest, you’re well on your way.
The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino can help ensure that filings are made in a timely manner and keep you informed about the status of your case.
Call us for a free consultation today at 718-523-1111.