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Lesbian Couple Claims Birth Certificate Discrimination
Lesbian Couple Claims Birth Certificate Discrimination

An Indiana court battle highlights the legal issues lesbian couples planning a family in North Carolina need to consider. At issue is the acknowledgment of the non-birth mother as a parent on the birth certificate. Two women have petitioned their regional court to force ...

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Blog posts in Same Sex Marriage

  • Same-Sex Couple Wins Birth Certificate Legal Dispute

    North Carolina has settled a legal dispute with a same-sex married couple who sought to have both of their names listed on their two sons’ birth ...

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  • Preparing For A Same-Sex Couple Contested Divorce

    With same-sex marriage now legal in North Carolina and around the country, it is likely inevitable that some of these couples will see their ...

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  • Same-Sex Divorces Might Trigger Child Custody Issues

    North Carolina residents now enjoy the right to same-sex marriage, but marriages sometimes dissolve. With same-sex divorce likely part of the legal ...

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  • Supreme Court Rules On Same-Sex Marriage

    Same-sex couples in North Carolina and every other state in the country can now have their marriages legally recognized. On June 26, the U.S. Supreme ...

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  • What did the 4th Circuit decision do for same-sex marriage in NC?

    Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Windsor v. United States, same-sex marriage was rekindled as a hot-button topic that has pit civil ...

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