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No, it should not be. The reason why I say this is because all parties are in agreement and there is no objection from the father. As such, it is uncontested. If everything have been filed, you may want to contact the clerk in the family division and speak with them about setting this on the judges docket for hearing. If everything was filed close to a month ago, a hearing date should be set to finalize this and the moving party can go before the Judge.
Yes, as long as the documents are in order, unless the Judge has any questions. Sometimes, the Judge will want to speak with one or both parties and if you have not heard anything, you can call the judicial assistant of the Judge and see if he/she can give you a status of where the papers are, in the signing process.
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