New York's Recognition of Gay Marriage Could Complicate Georgia's Legal Landscape

A Conversation with Family Law Attorney Randy Kessler


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ATLANTA, GA (WABE) - New York State recently recognized gay marriage. It's not the first state to do so; it is the biggest. That means many more gay couples will make their relationships official. But some of them will eventually move to states like Georgia, which does not recognize gay marriages. The legal picture for the state and for those gay couples can get very complicated when relationships end. WABE's Denis O'Hayer spoke with Atlanta family law attorney Randy Kessler. © Copyright 2011, WABE

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