Civil Unions in New Jersey
Civil Unions became available for same sex couples in New Jersey as of 2007.
Many hoped that as of February 2012, New Jersey would replace Civil Unions with Same Sex Marriage, after both Houses of the New Jersey Legislature passed a Gay Marriage Bill, but Governor Chris Christie vetoed the Bill and it does not appear that there are enough votes to override the veto.
The Three Most-Frequently Asked Questions About Civil Unions
- Are Civil Union Partners Afforded The Same Protections As Marriage Partners In New Jersey?
- What Is The Difference Between Domestic Partnerships And Civil Unions in New Jersey?
- How Do I End A Civil Union in New Jersey?
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At Salvaggio Law Group, we handle a limited number of cases at any given time. We don't take on more than we can manage. Therefore, when a client needs our attention, we have the time to provide what is needed.
The first step is to call the firm. You can call us at 973-855-3595. If you prefer, fill out and submit the Contact Form on our website.
If your civil union matter is one that we would consider handling, Mr. Salvaggio will take the time to talk to you personally and, if appropriate, schedule a personal and confidential Assessment in our office.
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