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Senate Bill Impugns Medical Marijuana for Custodial Parents

Over the five years since Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Act was passed through voter initiative in November 2008, we’ve had many cases in family court where a parent’s medical marijuana use was raised as an issue in the case.  Generally, family court judges do not shine to pot smoking parents. Now, the Michigan Senate has taken-up […]

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Guardians Can Now Execute DNR Orders

As a Public Administrator, a professional fiduciary serving Oakland County, the issue of executing a DNR order [Do Not Resuscitate] continually arises in my law practice.  The issue has been politically charged for years. DNRs have been governed until this week by the “Do-Not-Resuscitate” Procedure Act.  The DNR Act is now supplemented by Public Act […]

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