The U.S. Supreme Court declined on February 22, 2018, to hear an appeal of a case where the Arizona Supreme Court found that a lesbian woman should be recognized as the legal parent of the child she and her former wife conceived through artificial insemination during their marriage. How does this hold impact the Ohio courts?
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”
New Hampshire Case Said to Set Precedent for Same-Sex Couples Upon Divorce, But is Ohio Law Already Set Up for Courts to Reach Similar Decisions? The Supreme Court of New Hampshire recently held that courts may consider premarital cohabitation when
Statutory Protections In Estate Planning Now Available To Surviving Spouses Of Same-Sex Marriages Now that the institution of marriage has been sanctioned for same-sex couples, estate planning options and benefits that have not been available before can now be utilized
A Review Of Estate Planning Rights After The Supreme Courts Rulling On Same Sex Marriages Now that the United States Supreme Court has deemed the refusal of states to allow same sex marriages unconstitutional, same sex couples in all fifty