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I am sorry to hear about this situation. If you had already signed the withdrawal motion showing your approval of their withdrawal, then the Court will normally sign the withdrawal order without further circumstance. Meaning that the motion will be approved.
If you had NOT already signed the withdrawal motion showing your approval, then the attorney cannot withdraw without a hearing. Meaning that the motion has to be set for a hearing a few days/weeks after she files it, you are to be given notice, and there has to be a hearing about it.
Normally, if an attorney withdraws, the party can ask the Court for more time for an upcoming hearing to find another attorney and the Judge will normally grant it (it is at the Court's discretion, however). To get more time, one needs to file a Motion for Continuance against any hearing that is coming up, for example. To extend a deadline, one files a Motion for Leave.
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