In recent years, members of the gay and lesbian community and their supporters have finally achieved some tangible results in their battle for equality. Does that mean that the heightened need for estate planning is no longer applicable to members of the LGBTQ community? Not necessarily. While the recent victories are cause for rejoicing, estate planning remains important for members of the LGBTQ community according to the California LGBTQ estate planning attorneys at Sandoval Legacy Group, A … [Read more...] about Is LGBTQ Estate Planning Still Necessary?
Rhode Island is now the tenth state to approve gay marriage. The other states that recognize marriages of LGBTQ couples are Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hamphsire, New York, Vermont, Washington. The District of Coumbia also recognizes gay marriage. States that allow either domestic partnerships or civil unions or gay partners are: California, Colorado, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon and Wisconsin. Many LGBTQ couples may now believe that gay … [Read more...] about Rhode Island Approves Gay Marriage: Estate Planning Still Needed for LGBTQ Partners