State and federal laws pertaining to same sex marriage have a short history, as same sex family law is a relatively new topic on the legal landscape.
Though the Supreme Court recently awarded the right of marriage to same sex couples, many states continue fight against it.
If you’re in a same sex marriage, or wanting to marry, and you have questions about taxes, inheritance, division of property, adoption, or any other matter relative to same sex family law, you’ll find help with Super Lawyers.
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