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Gay Marriage Becomes Legal In New Jersey

| Oct 21, 2013 | Family Law |

New Jersey became the 14th State in the United States to legalize gay marriage after Governor Chris Christie withdrew his administration’s legal opposition to same-sex nuptials.

The administration’s change in position came after the Supreme Court of New Jersey denied a motion to stay the Trial Court’s decision of September 27, 2013, which permitted any and all same sex couples satisfying the requirements to enter into a civil marriage to marry in New Jersey, effective October 21, 2013.

The governor’s decision, which came just hours after same-sex couples began marrying in New Jersey, removed a legal challenge that could have left those newlyweds in limbo until the courts ruled on an appeal previously filed by the Christie administration.

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