The New Law of Marriage

The New Law of Marriage Nan D. Hunter relating to procreation or children. For others, the core purpose of marriage centers on the commitment between the two partners, which might or might not involve having children. Changes in the social reality of marriage and family have shifted the dynamics of this debate. Nearly half of American marriages will end in divorce,6 and many people remarry later in life.7 Second (and third) marriages produce blended families of · The cover story for the July 2004 issue of the ABA Journal parents, stepparents, siblings, half siblings, multiple grandparwas "The Changing Face of Gay Legal Issues," describing ents and complicated family holidays, all of which have become how family law practitioners are dealing with issues such as ordinary. And somewhere in that typical but complex family porestate planning and property agreements for lesbian and gay trait there is often a gay or lesbian couple. couples.1 When I founded the ACLU Lesbian and Gay Rights Project in 1986, securing marriage rights for gay couples seemed distant, · The Wall Street Journal ran an article discussing questions hardly possible. Now, my lesbian and gay friends who are in couof employee benefits law that arise from the legalization of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Good Society Penn State University Press

The New Law of Marriage

The Good Society, Volume 14 (1) – Jan 12, 2005

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Penn State University Press
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Copyright © 2005 by The Pennsylvania State University.
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1538-9731
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Nan D. Hunter relating to procreation or children. For others, the core purpose of marriage centers on the commitment between the two partners, which might or might not involve having children. Changes in the social reality of marriage and family have shifted the dynamics of this debate. Nearly half of American marriages will end in divorce,6 and many people remarry later in life.7 Second (and third) marriages produce blended families of · The cover story for the July 2004 issue of the ABA Journal parents, stepparents, siblings, half siblings, multiple grandparwas "The Changing Face of Gay Legal Issues," describing ents and complicated family holidays, all of which have become how family law practitioners are dealing with issues such as ordinary. And somewhere in that typical but complex family porestate planning and property agreements for lesbian and gay trait there is often a gay or lesbian couple. couples.1 When I founded the ACLU Lesbian and Gay Rights Project in 1986, securing marriage rights for gay couples seemed distant, · The Wall Street Journal ran an article discussing questions hardly possible. Now, my lesbian and gay friends who are in couof employee benefits law that arise from the legalization of

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Published: Jan 12, 2005

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