What are the top 10 cases involving Texas LGBT rights in family law cases? Let’s discuss the relevant US Supreme Court cases involving LGBT rights and then move to the relevant Texas cases.

Here’s a link to my video: https://fb.watch/7vHXl76g1g/

Here’s a link to my pdf that I used during the presentation: Top 10 LGBT

interracial marriageRecent events have forced Texas and other states to change how the law looks at marriage. There is a lot of debate among Americans as to the relation between the legal definition of marriage and the religious definition of marriage. The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell changes nothing about the definition of marriage that

Several years ago, Texas adopted the federal Defense of Marriage Act, which give Texas the right to refuse to acknowledge legal same-sex marriages performed in other states. By not recognizing the marriages as valid, Texas law does not provide for divorce of same-sex married couples. This situation is sure to change at some point soon.

UDPATE: Indiana and Wisconsin reacted very quickly, filing their petitions in the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday, only five days after the Court of Appeals’ opinion was issued. With these two new cases, there are seven cases pending in the U.S. Supreme Court on this topic.
Continue Reading UPDATE: Judge Posner says it all on same-sex marriage equality (Chicago’s 7th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals)