The Court held that a district court’s written order concerning the custody of two minor children did not violate public policy when its stipulations provided (1) that it was within the discretion of each minor child, after reaching the age of 14, to decide how much time to spend with either of their divorced parents as long as the original arrangement for joint physical custody remained intact, and (2) that a “parent coordinator” would be appointed to resolve disputes and whose role could be defined by a written district court order. Three justices dissented that the first provision encroaches on the district court’s jurisdiction and that the second provision inappropriately delegates the district court’s responsibility.
Smith, Douglas H., "Harrison v. Harrison, 132 Nev. Adv. Op. 56 (Jul. 28, 2016)" (2016). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 989.