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Anne E. Raduns PA
We are part of the community and we hear your concerns during these unprecedented times while we all address the Covid-19 virus and the rapidity in which things change.

We are open and will continue to assist our clients and our prospective clients through their difficult time, as we always have.

We are committed to keeping our staff and our clients safe as we- as a community- address the preventative methods that will allow us to keep us all safe. If you need to make an appointment but are concerned about maintaining the recommended social distancing, please consider our ability to meet with you or address your issues by email, phone conference, or Skype/FaceTime.

Hopefully none of us – our clients, our families, our legal team and their families are negatively impacted by this.

Working together as a team is always better than trying to go it alone. We will get through this!
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Same-Sex Marriages Now Recognized in All 50 States

As of June 26, 2015, all 50 states in the U.S. are required to both grant
and recognize same-sex marriages as legal civil marriages. The decision
regarding the
Obergefell v. Hodges case was made by the U.S. Supreme Court in a close 5-4 vote.

In the case syllabus, it was declared that the right to marry is something
that is fundamental to a person’s liberty under the Fourteenth Amendment.
While the vote was narrow, it now requires all 14 states that previously
had banned same-sex marriage to lift their ruling.

This affects the following states: Texas, Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas,
Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, most of Missouri, North Dakota, South
Dakota, Ohio, Michigan, Nebraska and Kentucky.

To read more about this ruling and what it could mean for those seeking
same-sex marriages in the U.S., check out this article from
CNN.