Froehlich v. FroehlichAnnotate this Case
Husband Tigh Froehlich appealed a trial court’s order holding him in contempt of the parties’ divorce decree and a later order approving a modified parenting plan. Husband challenged four of the court’s five findings of willful violations of the prior court orders. He also argued that the court impermissibly modified the divorce decree in the contempt proceeding by ordering him to transfer to wife Deirdre Froehlich half of his accumulated Marriott hotel loyalty program points, which the decree awarded to her; requiring him to make an accounting of the points prior to the transfer; and obligating him to provide an annual accounting of the points he accumulated in the future before transferring Wife’s share of the points to her. Finding no reversible error, the Supreme Court affirmed.