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  • U.S. Supreme Court Declares Same-Sex Marriage Legal Nationwide
    U.S. Supreme Court Declares Same-Sex Marriage Legal Nationwide

    In a landmark ruling last week, The U.S. Supreme Court declared same-sex marriage legal nationwide. The split 5-4 decision comes following years of hard-fought, state-by-state legalization victories ...

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  • Tax Season for Same-Sex Couples
    Tax Season for Same-Sex Couples

    This past August, the IRS announced that same-sex couples who were married in recognition states would be considered a married couple on their federal taxes. Whether you are a same-sex married couple ...

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  • Same-Sex Divorce and the Benefits of Mediation
    Same-Sex Divorce and the Benefits of Mediation

    Even though divorce mediation is often the recommended course for any divorcing couple, same-sex couples who want a divorce currently face special complications, complications that mediation may be ...

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  • Same-Sex Divorce when There Are Multiple Registrations
    Same-Sex Divorce when There Are Multiple Registrations

    As difficult as any divorce is, changing laws can make this process even more difficult. This is the case with same-sex divorce, especially when a couple has registered for a civil union or domestic ...

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  • An Overview of Domestic Partnership in New York
    An Overview of Domestic Partnership in New York

    While Domestic Partnerships originally began around 1980 when gay and lesbian couples wanted a legally recognized relationship, this is now something that can be available to any couple. A couple can ...

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  • Child Custody in Same-Sex Divorce
    Child Custody in Same-Sex Divorce

    The divorce process is complicated for any couple, and matters of child custody only escalate the intensity of the divorce. Nowhere is this truer than in areas of law that are relatively recent. For ...

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