Pittsburgh Pride Event – Legal and Financial Planning for Gay and Lesbian Couples

PITTSBURGH PRIDE EVENT

Legal and Financial Planning
for Gay and Lesbian Couples

Tuesday, June 11, 2013
6:00 – 7:30 p.m.

Reception and Discussion
by below-named speakers:

                   Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC
                         Maureen B. Cohon, Esquire
                         Kate R. Paine, Esquire
                                  Nontraditional Couples & Families Practice Group

                     Fifth Third Bank
                            Robert Lepre, Senior Vice President
                                  Private Bank Manager
                                  Life Partner Services

Please RSVP by Thursday, June 6, 2013, to
Maureen B. Cohon – 412-562-1835 or maureen.cohon@bipc.com

Space limits us to 50 attendees

Program will be held at:

WQED Multimedia
4802 Fifth Avenue
PittsburghPA15213

Parking Available

Prop8 + DOMA: Making Sense of Laws that Don’t Make Sense

by Kate R. Paine

Equal Magazine’s May/June 2013 issue featured Kate Paine’s article, “Prop8 + DOMA: Making Sense of Laws that Don’t Make Sense.” In the article, Kate describes the several likely ways in which the Supreme Court could decide on the fate of Proposition 8 and DOMA, both cases dealing with the controversial same-sex marriage debates.

Read the full article at the link below (begins on page 82).
See our ad on page 22.

http://issuu.com/pittsburghpride/docs/equal_mayjune_2013

 

Delaware Makes It 11

On Tuesday, May 7, 2013,  Delaware’s state senate passed a marriage equality bill, which had already been passed in the house.  Almost immediately thereafter, Delaware Governor Jack Markell signed the bill into law, making Delaware the eleventh state to recognize same-sex marriage.  The decision to pass the bill is especially significant, because it repeals the ban on same-sex marriage that Delaware has had in place since 1996—the same year DOMA was passed.

 http://www.advocate.com/politics/marriage-equality/2013/05/07/marriage-equality-passes-delaware