*** Not a lawyer ***
If you’ve settled everything in the separation agreement and don’t need the court to rule on equitible distribution, custody, child support, alimony, or anything else, then it is possible to avoid having a hearing for the actual divorce. It may even be possible if there are already separate cases pending for those other things (on that I have no idea).
The key is the form “Judgement for Absolute Divorce Before the Clerk”, AOC-CV-710. If all the items listed under “findings” on that form are satisfied by the Complaint and the Answer (if any) and any other documents filed, then the Clerk of Court can fill out that form to give you the divorce without a hearing.
My ex and I did this, it took us about 3 hours (not counting the time to prepare and print the paperwork) since we filed the things necessary to avoid having to wait for service or notifications. Look up the thread “(Relatively) fast divorce?” in this forum for details.