Answers for Same-Sex Marriage case

The Answers on the same-sex marriage case for Louisville, Kentucky were due last Monday, September 16, 2013, but the Attorney General’s office has asked for an extension so that they can file responses to both lawsuits filed by this office. The second case was filed in Frankfort and the due date on those Answers are … Continue reading Answers for Same-Sex Marriage case

Updates on Same-sex marriages/ LGBT

Since DOMA was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, changes have been coming up in Kentucky and other states at a pretty rapid (for the law) pace. We will start with Kentucky. For the two cases filed in the two Federal jurisdictions in Kentucky, which were filed by Shannon Fauver and Dawn Elliott of the Fauver … Continue reading Updates on Same-sex marriages/ LGBT

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New Plaintiffs in Same-sex marriage case in Kentucky

On August 16, 2013, the Fauver Law Office added additional Plaintiffs to the lawsuit to have same-sex marriages from other states and countries recognized in Kentucky.

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