In this proceeding under the Hague Convention on Child Abduction and International Child Abduction Remedies Act (22 USC 9001 et seq.) the father was entitled to an attorney fee award as he had successfully obtained an order requiring the divorced mother to return the child to him.  However, the father served his attorney fee motion only four days before the hearing on the motion.  The court held the hearing and entered a fee award over the mother’s objection that insufficient notice of the hearing had been given.  The court thought, erroneously, that it would lose jurisdiction to enter the fee award once the returned child reached 16 years of age.  Four days notice violated CCP 1005 and deprived mother of due process and an adequate opportunity to oppose the motion.