If you have a lawyer, you should ask them these questions. I don't know anything about your case other than what you have written here.
An Amicus doesn't decide whether a divorce will be granted: the Judge does. Normally in this situation I would set a hearing for the Judge to finalize the divorce, and let the Amicus say what they will.
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An Amicus Attorney's role is only to advise the court as to the best interest of the children. They do not represent the children or a party and only serve to investigate for the courts in Harris County. If the Amicus won't sign off, your attorneys should and will just set it for entry and let the Amicus try and explain to the court why they have dragged their feet in signing off on the decree when everyone else has agreed. There is good chance that Amicus won't get anymore appointments from that judge unless they have some extremely compelling reason they have not signed off on it. Your attorney is the person to contact and tell them you want the case finalized.
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