The fate of the Defense of Marriage Act, also referred to as DOMA, currently sits in the hands of the Supreme Court. In 2011, the Obama administration deemed parts of the Act unconstitutional because it doesn’t acknowledge same-sex marriages. The Supreme Court is expected to announce its ruling by the end of June. Marcum LLP’s LGBT Practice leaders, Nanette Lee Miller and Janis Cowhey McDonagh, sat down with Accounting Today to discuss what would happen if DOMA is struck down and what would happen with tax preparation for same-sex couples if it isn’t.