Live chat: What do the Supreme Court rulings mean for Florida's same-sex couples?

 

WLRN-Miami Herald news will unpack the Supreme Court decisions and explain what impact they could have in the everyday lives of lesbian and gay couples, from tax filing and mortgages to naturalization and wills. Steve Rothaus from The Miami Herald will host a discussion with legal experts, Elizabeth Schwartz, a family law attorney and estate planner for the LGBT community, and Lavi Soloway, an attorney who specializes in same-sex immigration cases.

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  • Live chat: What do the Supreme Court rulings mean for Florida's same-sex couples?

    WLRN-Miami Herald news will unpack the Supreme Court decisions and explain what impact they could have in the everyday lives of lesbian and gay couples, from tax filing and mortgages to naturalization and wills. Steve Rothaus from The Miami Herald will host a discussion with legal experts, Elizabeth Schwartz, a family law attorney and estate planner for the LGBT community, and Lavi Soloway, an attorney who specializes in same-sex immigration cases.

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