Gay Marriage Alert: The IRS Finalizes Rules Recognizing Same-Sex Marriages

Tax Returns To Be Amended By IRS To Reflect Same-Sex Marital Status Changes In 2013, in United States v, Windsor, the U.S. Supreme Court found Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act to be unconstitutional.   Section 3 defined “marriage”

Kim Davis: Adherence to Moral Conscience or Violations of the Law?

Will The Law Protect Clerk Kim Davis and Her Refusal To Issue Marriage Licenses For Same-Sex Couples? No doubt, in the last few weeks or so, you’ve encountered the name Kim Davis in conversation around the water cooler or dinner

Same-Sex Marriage Case Declined By U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court’s Refusal to Rule on Same-Sex Marriage Cases has Broad Implications The United States Supreme Court recently declined to take up an issue regarding same-sex marriage.  By declining to take these cases, the court has allowed men

DOMA: Same-Sex Marriage Rights Update

A Look At The Same-Sex Marriage Law And The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), One Year Later A few weeks ago marked the one year anniversary since the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was struck down by the Supreme Court

Same-Sex Marriage in Ohio: The Debate Begins!

Ohio Judge Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage Performed In Another State As Legal On Monday, federal Magistrate Judge Timothy Black could have opened the door to more lawsuits regarding same-sex marriage in Ohio.  Judge Black issued a temporary restraining order against multiple

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