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1 Answer | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law, Child Support and Divorce for Oregon on
Q: My fiancé’s ex wife is growing pot illegally and not reporting earnings to IRS in Oregon. We are paying child support…

He has 2 kids; one lives with us full time and the other stayed with his mother and just turned 18. He moved out and is still in HS living with friend in Portland. The mother grows pot illegally in southern Oregon and the younger son living with us doesn’t want to be there. She was unemployed... Read more »

Vincent J. Bernabei
Vincent J. Bernabei answered on Sep 28, 2021

A court has authority to modify a child support order when there has been a substantial change in economic circumstances that was not anticipated at the time of the original judgment. To determine one's income, the court considers both actual and potential income. “Actual income” means... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Oregon on
Q: Is selling cannabis seeds as souvenirs or a means to preserve genetics illegal? What about giving them away?
Caleb R. Stiles
Caleb R. Stiles answered on Aug 12, 2021

Most states regulate seeds adjacently to their actual medicinal or recreational marijuana programs. You will need to consult the agricultural laws or agencies in your state to determine whether the sale of cannabis seeds has been directly promulgated or provided for in your state.

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