Medical marijuana can be used in the treatment of a number of different conditions including, Alzheimers, cancer, chrons disease, epilepsy, as well as a number of mental health conditions such as schizophrenia. The drug serves to reduce stress, reduce inflammation and pain, kill cancer cells, slow tumor growth, and help AIDs and cancer patients regain an appetite in order to put weight back on. As science is waking up to the potential benefits of medical marijuana, so are governments.
Since December 2017, it has been legal to operate a Medical Marijuana Dispensary in the State of Michigan. Prior to this date, it was illegal. This means that, now, you may set up your own Medical Marijuana Dispensary business, provided you have the relevant license and maintain your business within the regulations set out by the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, and the Administrative Rules which govern the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.
The break-up of a family is never easy for anyone. For both parents, their world’s have been torn apart, and both will have lost so much. Regardless of the situation, and without assigning blame, it is clear that there are no winners. Of course, the people who may be the most affected by this would be the children who are stuck in the middle of it all.
Michigan, like the rest of the country, is slowly starting to relax its marijuana laws, bringing them into line with other states in the union with more libertarian policies, like Nevada.
While the basic idea of a divorce doesn’t vary a great deal from one part of the country to another, the rules and requirements do. Michigan divorces, therefore, have a slightly different character from elsewhere in the country, making the procedure unique.
Since 57% of voters opted for recreational marijuana in Michigan last November, we’ve waited with bated breath for laws to change. Ripples at last happened in July, when it was announced that anyone over 21 could grow up to 12 marijuana plants at home. Still, sales from trusted dispensers were restricted to those with medical marijuana cards.
Just over 40% of modern marriages end in divorce. That’s an average one in every two! Michigan may have one of the lowest divorce rates in the US, but even here, around 6 in every 1000 marriages look set to fall apart in as little as ten years, second marriages included.
This can be a harsh reality to face, and it’s something we help clients through daily. Like it or not, marriages rarely end amicably, and we’re on hand to make sure that at least some middle ground is possible during this challenging process.