Cox v. Hefley, 2019 UT App 60 (April 18, 2019)

In this domestic case, the appellant argued the district court erred in entering a modified decree of divorce contained provisions authorizing a third party neutral to restrict parent time.  The court of appeals rejected this argument, and it held that the appointment of a neutral third-party to act as buffer between the parties and ensure compliance with an existing court order was not contrary to Utah law, where the district court retained continuing jurisdiction and the neutral’s decisions were reviewable by the court.