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The Plaintiff is pro se. The Defendant has a fancy attorney who names every one of Plaintiff's motions "frivolous". The court even allowed a BIA to be appointed based on Defendant's false statements. There have been many motions filed on both sides with responses. The final custody merits hearing date is set. The parties have not agreed on anything yet. Can the Plaintiff file a motion to dismiss the entire case? If so, what happens with the case? Does it need to be done so many days before the date of the hearing? Does the Defendant automatically get what he wants? Are there penalties for the Plaintiff? What would the court need to dismiss the case? Does the Defendant need to agree ahead of time to get the case dismissed?