LGBTQ+ Updates in Family Law 2022

Product ID: CA3285R2
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

All in the family

LGBTQ+ couples are increasingly embracing marriage and establishing families. Since same-sex marriage was legalized nationwide in 2015, the number of same-sex married households in the U.S. increased by nearly 70%.1 But LGBTQ+ people began having families and children prior to marriage equality. Therefore, representing LGBTQ+ families requires knowledge of parental visits, adoption, and assisted reproductive treatments. As our collective definition of “family” continues to expand, you're likely to have more clients in need of counsel versed in issues unique to LGBTQ+ relationships.

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Friday, January 28, 202212:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

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All in the family

LGBTQ+ couples are increasingly embracing marriage and establishing families. Since same-sex marriage was legalized nationwide in 2015, the number of same-sex married households in the U.S. increased by nearly 70%.1 But LGBTQ+ people began having families and children prior to marriage equality. Therefore, representing LGBTQ+ families requires knowledge of parental visits, adoption, and assisted reproductive treatments. As our collective definition of “family” continues to expand, you're likely to have more clients in need of counsel versed in issues unique to LGBTQ+ relationships.

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All in the family

LGBTQ+ couples are increasingly embracing marriage and establishing families. Since same-sex marriage was legalized nationwide in 2015, the number of same-sex married households in the U.S. increased by nearly 70%.1 But LGBTQ+ people began having families and children prior to marriage equality. Therefore, representing LGBTQ+ families requires knowledge of parental visits, adoption, and assisted reproductive treatments. As our collective definition of “family” continues to expand, you're likely to have more clients in need of counsel versed in issues unique to LGBTQ+ relationships.

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Erin K. Fay is an attorney at Grady, Hayes & Neary, LLC in Milwaukee. Her practice focuses on children's issues, estate planning, and business law. Erin specializes in cases related to adoption, foster care, guardianships, surrogacy issues, and termination of parental rights. She also insures every family is protected by way of estate planning, such as wills and powers of attorney. Erin is also a trademark, licensing, and business attorney.

  • Confidently advise LGBTQ+ parties through divorce
  • Protect parental rights by ensuring both parents are considered legal parents of children
  • Learn the important steps same-sex couples need to take when it comes to adoption, donors, and surrogacy
  • Be able to explain the protections available to children of same-sex couples under Wisconsin law
  • Discover the most effective methods for estate planning for same-sex couples, including powers of attorney
  • Understand how to protect your clients' interests in property and home ownership
  • Family lawyers
  • Estate planning lawyers
  • Attorneys representing LGBTQ+ clients
  • Children's rights lawyers
  • General practitioners

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