Ohio’s Same-Sex Marriage & LGBTQ Divorce Lawyers
The June 26, 2015, decision by the United States Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal in all states.
For same-sex couples, the right to get married comes with the potential for them to be faced with the same issues that straight couples face — divorce, property division, domestic violence, adoption, child support, spousal support and child custody.
But same-sex couples may also face issues arising from domestic partnerships, LGBTQ divorce, cohabitation agreements and co-custody/co-parenting agreements. There is also the possibility that more complicated issues may arise if one of the parties is the biological parent of the child and the other party is not.
The law regarding the issues that have, or may, arise for same-sex couples is relatively new and it is changing and evolving quickly. The lawyers at Sowald Sowald Anderson Hawley & Johnson have experience with the issue faced by Same-Sex and LGBTQ couples are aware of and following the law in this area as it develops.