By Randy S. Margulis | Published December 10, 2012 | | |
New York legalized gay marriage in June 2011, and it is currently one of only six states to fully recognize same sex unions (the others are Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa, Vermont and New Hampshire). At present, federal law does not recognize same sex unions and defines marriage as “a legal union between one man and one Read MoreRead More
In 2011, New York legalized same-sex marriage. Although all divorcing couples face similar issues of spousal and child support, child custody, and property division, there are differences to consider after a same-sex marriage. Many couples who take advantage of the new law in New York already enjoyed a long-term civil union, accumulating wealth, property, or Read MoreRead More
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