Sunday, May 6, 2012

Same-sex divorce: A predictable repugnant transaction?

A same sex couple who got married in California when same-sex marriages were briefly legal there, wants to get divorced in Maryland, where they live. Both of them have agreed on the details of property etc. But a judge has ruled they can't divorce, since they couldn't get married in Maryland...A court’s conundrum: When same-sex partners want to split

"They both want to get divorced. But a Prince George’s County judge said they could not, reasoning that because same-sex marriage is not legal in the state, neither is same-sex divorce.

"Now the highest court in Maryland will decide whether he was right, and whether the women will be required to maintain a bond they’ve tried for almost two years to sever."


Holly Hayes2024 said...

Dating a divorced man has it's own set of unique challenges. Knowing what he's thinking and the mistakes he will typically make can help you decide whether or not he's ready to be committed to you. Isn't it time you found a man who cares, a man who thinks you are worth worth the effort?

Escorts barcelona said...

It makes sense, how can you undo something that shouldn't be done, at least there? Go to another State!