When the Court responds to the request for Motion of Hearing for a non-contested divorce and the ONLY item noted on the continuence is that the request for the court date was to have been 33 days from certified mail process serving as opposed to 30 days.
Is it normally the case that in order for the Court to make that determination they ahve actually reviewed the entire file, and IF they mention no other concerns or issues. That the 30 versus 33 days was the only issue to resolve. And once that is satisfied and a new court date obtained - the AD would be processed by the Judge without any issue? OR is it common for the Court to partially review the file, find the one item and then review the file again during the court process and than outline other items (hypotheically if there were other items)???