Additional Plaintiffs for the same-sex marriage case

Additional Plaintiffs were added to the same-sex marriage case in Kentucky on August 16, 2013, along with a second case being filed in the State. Additional links to the stories are as follows:–Same-Sex-Marriage-Kentucky    

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Same-sex marriage in Kentucky

On June 26, 2013, the Supreme Court overturned the defense of marriage act, which means that the Federal Court will now recognize same-sex marriages. On July 26, 2013, the Fauver Law Offices’ lawyers, Shannon Fauver and Dawn Elliott, filed suit in Louisville Kentucky to have their clients” same-sex marriage from Canada recognized in the State … Continue reading Same-sex marriage in Kentucky

Same-sex couples and immigration Yesterday, the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which stated that marriage was between a man and a woman. Within 30 minutes of the release of the Supreme Court’s ruling, the ruling was already directly impacting the lives of those legally married same-sex couples.  In an amazingly fast reaction, an immigration judge stop … Continue reading Same-sex couples and immigration

What a traffic ticket will really cost you Now, we know that most people will get a traffic ticket at some point and that some people will just go ahead and pay the ticket. If they do that, it may end up costing them much more than the ticket states. On top of the court costs and fines, there is most likely … Continue reading What a traffic ticket will really cost you

Ky Same -sex case to be landmark Even if Kentucky doesn’t recognize their marriage, they are married in another state and it will come down to whether or not the Court here will allow one spouse to testify against another spouse when she has invoked spousal privilege. If they were a opposite sex married couple the court would have to allow … Continue reading Ky Same -sex case to be landmark

DOMA struck down

Today, the US Supreme Court has ruled that DOMA (The Defense of Marriage Act) is unconstitutional and that married couples of any gender are entitled to the same protections as to opposite sex married couples. Of course, Kentucky has an amendment which bans same sex marriage, so that will have to be addressed next. … Continue reading DOMA struck down