Got Michigan CPS laws problems?

We are tenacious in protecting and asserting our client’s interest in family law issues, including custody, visitation, and support. Often times, an individual faces discrimination in family courts for their involvement with medical marijuana. The law affords many protections for the use and cultivation of medical marijuana but requires thoughtful and strategic presentations when dealing with such sensitive matters such as child custody and parental visitation.

We also handle many cases involving Child Protective Services and understand the intricacies of the stages and procedures necessary to ensure that your rights are protected. Accusations of abuse, neglect, and failure to protect are serious matters that require the skill and expertise of a qualified attorney. The Michigan Cannabis Lawyers are equipped to effectively stand by your side and fight for you and your family.

Talk to CPS Defense Attorney Michigan today!

The Michigan Cannabis Lawyer office is here to help you navigate the Michigan CPS laws especially when they involve cannabis. We will help you understand the CPS Michigan law. You can leave us a message in the contact box or call us at 517-512-8364.

We believe in the Michigan Cannabis community and we want to help those who are responsible adults and their children.

Our resident attorney Josh Covert or the Michigan Cannabis Defender is fighting for children and their parent’s rights to grow and use cannabis as responsible adults. Check out this case when we brought a child home: Baby Bree Comes Home!

We know you are looking for a good children’s protective services defense attorney Michigan. We hope we can help you out. 517-512-8364


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“A person shall not be denied custody or visitation of a minor for acting in accordance with this act, unless the person’s behavior is such that it creates an unreasonable danger to the minor that can be clearly articulated and substantiated.” MCL 333.26424(c)​