If there is a stipulation to the terms of your divorce there is no need for a hearing if there are no minor children involved. Also, there is no need for a hearing if there are children involved but both parties are represented by counsel. In both of these situations, the court will do administrative review of the proposed decree and either (a) approve or (b) set the matter on for a hearing.
Conversely, if there are minor children involved, and one or both parties is not represented by counsel, it is the practice of the courts to have a hearing.
In either instance (administrative review or court hearing), the court will address problems or omissions in the proposed decree if something needs to be corrected in order to gain the court’s approval.