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Same-Sex Marriage Laws Debated In Michigan And North Carolina

It’s been over a year since the U.S. Supreme Court made same-sex marriages legal. Since then there have been many objections to the decision. One complication has been how courts should handle those who object to authorizing homosexual unions. The other major complication concerns how child custody will work for same-sex parents who do not have a biological relationship to their children. With the latter situation, divorce attorneys do not have a firm legal precedent on which to base their cases. This week has seen updates on both these issues, ensuring that their outcomes will eventually affect marriages in Grand Rapids and the rest of the country. Read more

Same Sex-Couple Takes Their Unique Custody Battle To Court

After the U.S. Supreme Court passed their ruling legalizing same-sex marriage, many homosexual couples got married. This also means that same-sex couples can get divorced. This month, courts in West Michigan are trying a child custody case involving same-sex parents.  Read more