Much has, and will be, written about the two cases currently pending before the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) that involve challenges to laws either prohibiting, or not legally recognizing, same-sex marriages—Windsor v. United States (Windsor) and Hollingsworth, et al. v. Perry, et al. (Perry).1 With oral arguments for both cases held in March and decisions anticipated in mid-to-late June, the era of separate planning for same-sex married couples may be coming to an ...

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