Same Sex Marriage Attorney
In the Petersburg, Virginia area, Hunter W. Jamerson, Esq. - Macaulay & Burtch, P.C. can help you resolve your Same Sex Marriage issues.
Laws addressing same sex marriage frequently are being enacted and old laws are being rewritten. By the end of 2013, 16 states and the District of Columbia allow same-sex couples to legally marry. Because not every state allows these marriages or recognizes the marriage of same-sex couples married in other jurisdictions, it is critical that you know the law as it applies where you live.
Do you want to marry your same sex partner but don't know if same-sex marriages are legal where you live? Are you concerned that by marrying your partner either or both of you may lose certain rights of have your rights limited? It is important that you talk with a Petersburg lawyer who can advise you on the current state of the same sex marraige laws in your area.
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