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An East Tennessee judge has declined to recognize the Iowa marriage of two men in his courtroom for a divorce.
Same-sex couples who marry in other states won’t find many places in Kansas to divorce if the relationship fails.
Nebraska’s Supreme Court dismissed an appeal Friday by woman legally wed to another woman in Iowa who is now seeking a divorce in the state where they live.
A San Antonio judge has blocked the state’s effort to halt a divorce and child custody case involving a same-sex couple.
A Boone County judge has granted what apparently is the first same-sex divorce in Missouri, which has a constitutional amendment against recognizing same-sex marriages.
A judge ruled Wednesday that two women who were legally married in Iowa can’t divorce in Alabama, which doesn’t recognize same-sex marriages.
A Mississippi judge on Monday refused to grant a divorce to a lesbian couple who got married in California, saying the marriage wasn’t recognized under state law, according to the woman who filed and her lawyer.
The Texas Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday about whether the state can grant divorces to gay couples married elsewhere despite its own constitutional ban on gay marriage, in one of the first serious challenges to that 2005 amendment.
A same-sex couple who married in Massachusetts is seeking a divorce in Kentucky.
A woman is asking the conservative state of Mississippi to recognize her out-of-state gay marriage so that she can get a divorce.
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