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Mother and Father had a son while they were married. Mother filed for divorce, and a decree and parenting plan awarded sole primary and legal custody to Mother. Father was awarded visitation and ordered to pay $500 per month in child support. Father later filed a second amended application for modification, alleging a material change in circumstances for various reasons, including his unemployment and his relocation to Kansas. Following a trial, the district court found a material change in circumstances, made changes to the parties’ parenting time, and reduced Father’s child support obligation. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that the district court did not err in (1) its order regarding visitation transportation; (2) reducing and in calculating Father’s child support obligation; and (3) awarding Mother attorney fees.