Interview on legal recognition of same sex relationships in South Carolina

Posted Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012 by Gregory Forman
Filed under Divorce and Marriage, Of Interest to Family Court Litigants, Of Interest to General Public, South Carolina Specific

On May 18, 2012 I was interviewed by Carolyn Murray of WCBD regarding the recognition of same sex relationships in South Carolina.

Part one is here: WCDB interview part one

Part two is here: WCDB interview part two

One thought on Interview on legal recognition of same sex relationships in South Carolina

  1. ida bennett says:

    i like how you handle this subject it very informal you got right to explaining how marriage was done with black and white people how there was laws that did not allow black and white people to marry and how these same laws are now apply to same sex married and i like how you explain that people of the same sex aren’t entitle to divorces as a man and woman is each it own but a future of production of children can not happen with two man and two women i quess this is why so many people are against such union.

    thank you

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