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Supreme Court May Hear Basic Marriage Case

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The Supreme Court has been requested to address the issue as to whether a state must allow gays and lesbians to get married.  This marks the first time the Court has been presented with the question of same-sex marriage and whether there is a fundamental right to marry.  The federal district judge hearing the case affirmed Nevada's ban on same-sex marriage, concluding that past precedent states that there is no fundamental right to same-sex marriage and the law served a legitimate purpose in protecting the institution of marriage.

See Court Might Hear New Basic Marriage Case, Wills, Trusts & Estates Prof Blog (December 6, 2012).

Posted by Anne E. Brown, Esq., Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal

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