Whether or not you get a second master hearing depends on the facts of the case, and the Judge on the case. If this is the very first hearing, it is possible that the Judge will schedule another Master for the purpose of filing documents, or that he/she will set the matter over for the individual hearing. All documents must be submitted before the individual hearing as per the court rules.
Your larger question is why are you seeking outside legal advice when you are already working with an attorney? If you are not comfortable with your attorney, you should seek new counsel. If you are comfortable with your attorney, you should not be soliciting advice from other attorneys. It is difficult to answer questions like yours without a full understanding of the case.