What You Need to Know About Civil Union Dissolutions in NJ

As of 2004, the Civil Union Act allowed same-sex couples, as well as couples over the age of 62 to form civil unions. These civil unions are not quite the same as marriage, though they do give couples many of the same benefits afforded in marriage. Despite same-sex marriage being legal in New Jersey now, many of these same-sex couples never bothered to change their civil union to marriage. That…Read More

What is a Civil Union Dissolution?

In 2004, Congress signed the Civil Union Act into law, allowing same-sex couples and couples over the age of 62 to form a civil union and receive many of the same benefits that marriage has to offer. That being said, now that same-sex marriage has been entirely legalized in New Jersey, those involved in civil unions had the option to change their civil union into a real marriage. However, to…Read More

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