By Inna G. Materese | Esquire

On Monday, Pennsylvania's Superior Court ruled that a same-sex couple had a legitimate common-law marriage decades before same-sex marriage became legal in the state.  The Court wrote, "Same-sex couples have precisely the same capacity to enter marriage contracts as do opposite-sex couples, and a court today may not rely on the now invalidated provisions of the marriage law to deny that constitutional reality." Read more...