NRS 125C.050 provides that certain relatives and other persons may petition for visitation with a minor child.2 Under the statute, a court may only order visitation when the minor child’s parents “deny or unreasonably restrict visits with the child.”3 When the parents of the child have joint custody and one parent provides the petitioner with sufficient contact with the minor child so that visitation was not denied or unreasonably restricted, the petition for visitation fails regardless of the parent who provides contact.
Provan, Alexander, "Ramos v. Franklin, 139 Nev. Adv. Op. 6 (Mar. 16, 2023)" (2023). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 1567.