You would think that the recent moves by a number of states to legalize same-sex unions in one way or another would help the gay community immensely, but it's not in financial planning.
Why? Because gay and lesbian couples usually have a complex financial plan simply due to the fact that they don't have the common safeguards that are present in a typical or traditional marital sense.
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