Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Law
Marijuana Licensees with Minor Children:
No medical marijuana license holder may be denied custody of or visitation or parenting time with a minor, and there is no presumption of neglect or child endangerment for conduct allowed under this law, unless the person's behavior creates an unreasonable danger to the safety of the minor. 63 O.S. § 425A(D) (OSCN 2019), Medical Marijuana
Marijuana Licensees - Protect Yourself Against Claims of Neglect
Parents who are licensed marijuana users are expected to act with the same precautions as those who are prescribed other controlled substances. As with all medications, keep medical marijuana our of plain sight, out of the reach of children, and in properly labeled containers; and take medical marijuana in proper doses and during times when is does not inhibit your ability to parent. Never drive with children after medicating. In a home where there are duel patients who are parenting, alternate intake of the medication to ensure that one parent is alert and capable of taking care of an emergencies that may arise.
Marijuana Licensees - What to do DHS or Family Court Gets Involved
Sensible use and safe storage of prescribed marijuana when children are in the home of the licensee affords protections to the licensee from DHS or family court interference with child custody. If your licensed marijuana usage becomes an issue in your child custody or DHS case, call the family law attorneys at Boeheim Freeman Law. 918-884-7791