Same-Sex Divorce

Same-Sex Divorce

 

Tracy A. Thomas “¢Â 04 Feb 2014

In this article, Professor Tracy Thomas examines the various ways in which states address same-sex divorce, and highlights the different reasoning that courts have employed to allow same-sex couples to dissolve their unions, even in states that do not recognize same-sex marriage.

Recommended Citation: Same-Sex Divorce, 5 Calif. Law Rev. Circuit (Oct 2014), https://www.californialawreview.org/same-sex-divorce/

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