Typically they sign it at the time they get your motion if the judge
agrees with it. Otherwise, the judge can set the matter for hearing and then address the motion at that time (whether to deny or grant it) or simply prepare the order to deny your motion and set the matter for hearing. In general, custody cases require a hearing even to grant the motion, so this may be the hold up. The court clerk should tell you the status if you have not already contacted them.
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