Where can I find a minister or agent to marry a same-sex couple?
both of us are women and we are seeking information on accumilating proper procedure before our big day
Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed same-sex civil unions into law Wednesday February 23, 2011, calling it "triumph for everyone" that gay and lesbian couples will have the same state rights as married partners. Civil unions in the Rainbow State would start Jan. 1, 2012, making Hawaii the seventh state to permit civil unions for gay couples. Meantime, you can register as a Reciprocal Beneficiary Relationship as the Hawaii State Department of Health states: "A reciprocal beneficiary relationship is a legal partnership between two people who are prohibited from marriage (HRS 572C-2). Certain rights and benefits which are presently available only to married couples are extended to the two individuals who enter into a reciprocal beneficiary relationship."
by Wonder_Woman 8 years ago
why is it really such a big deal to be gay? or to for gays to marry? why is it so complicated?
by maheshpatwal 7 years ago
Will you marry a person whom you love very much however that person does not have the same...feelings for you?
by Sabrae 7 years ago
Do you think it's wrong for a gay couple to marry?Looking for opinions on this matter as it will relate to a hub in the future.
by spellbinderdk 6 years ago
If gays and lesbians started their own church, then they could get married.And nobody could stop them, because they would be protected by the first amendment, the freedom of religions act.And of course they would also be able to save a lot of money, because most religion do not pay taxes.
by Charlu 6 years ago
If you were cupid who would be the first couple you would want to match up and why?Would it be a friend or relative, and why would they make such a great couple?
by Jan Fowler 7 years ago
Is it a good idea for a married couple to work together in the same business?Are there limits or boundaries that should be agreed upon before adding a business relationship to a marraige?
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