Thank you for the question. It's a good one.
I can't see the court noting you in default after your reply was filed. The lawyer would have to bring a motion that your reply be struck and you noted in default.
Which the court would hardly think is fair, since you got it filed and participated in the process.
So the lawyer could try, but it would be unlikely to succeed in my view.
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Is it a time limit for get default judgement?