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.
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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.
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Shockingly, research indicates that just over 40 per cent of marriages end in divorce – that is almost one in every two marriages! Sadly, rarely does a marriage end amicably. More often than not, one of the reasons why this is the case is because a dispute commences regarding money and other finance related interests. Taking this into account, read on to discover some top tips for protecting your financial interests during a divorce…
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The government decided to allow people to apply for licenses such as club owners to help regulate the use of pot. At the time this was passed, a lot of business owners had been left out of the cannabis industry, but this is no longer the case thanks to the new rules that were brought in in July. In this article, we are going to be looking at Michigan Recreational Pot, and what it means for the state.
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