Dallow v. DallowAnnotate this Case
This appeal arose out of the appellee-mother’s complaint for modification of the divorce parenting plan for her 17-year-old child. Appellant-father contended that the trial court: (1) erred in denying his motion to dismiss the modification action; (2) impermissibly modified his visitation rights to require him to arrange visits with his daughter at times that are mutually agreeable; and (3) improperly awarded the mother $46,593.05 in attorney fees and costs. Aside from what the Supreme Court concluded was a scrivener’s mistake in the order awarding attorney fees, it found no reversible error. Accordingly, the Court affirmed.