Same-Sex Marriage: Now What?

In many respects the decision does not affect Pennsylvania, as same-sex marriage has been permitted here since the Whitewood v. Wolf decision issued on May 20, 2014. But now that marriage equality has reached Pennsylvania, what are the ramifications for attorneys? What should we expect? What should we know? There may be more questions than answers. Read More

One Year Anniversary for Same Sex Couples in Pennsylvania

Before May 20, 2014 Pennsylvania same sex couples had to be quite creative in order to secure the same rights as their married heterosexual counterparts. Then, on May 20, 2014 everything changed. Same sex couples no longer needed to worry about being taxed to cover their life time partner on their employer-related health insurance. They… Read More

Helen Casale on The American Law Journal

On April 28, 2015 The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the landmark case of Obergefell v. Hodges, the long-awaited case addressing the constitutionality of laws restricting marriage to opposite-sex couples. Helen Casale discusses her experience sitting on a panel for the American Law Journal to discuss the potential outcome of this case. Read More