Missy May the problem with overturning a gay couples will is that a judge can then overturn yours or mine.
Our courts are run and presided over by Judges that are elected or appointed to the bench for political reasons.
Judges interpret the law and pass judgement based on their own opinions.
If you have a judge that favors same sex marriage then your chances of winning a case about same sex marriage is good.
Look at California. A gay judge overturned their law. It is now headed to the Supreme Court. Where it stands a good chance of being defeated.
Remember in 2003 Kennedy voted to overturn anti sodomy laws in all 50 states. The Defense of Marriage Act may become history.
The Supreme Court has the power to do just that. Shalom
db...gays are not "descriminated against" by courts any more than anyone else.
The demise of the court system did not
start with "gays" in court. Hetersexuals have been adversly affected by it for DECADES, now. What may or may not happen to gays can't set any sort of precedence for us all to fear...because it was already
Wills are contested all the time, and most of them do not involve homosexuals. The decision has to based on some sort of law. It can be appealed, and yes... that takes resources - regardless
of your sexual preference. And, if appealed one will go to a mandatory settlement hearing (mandatory to attend, not settle). Like I said earlier, this insane "settlement program" was installed by liberal progressives in an effort to deny ALL of us justice, not just gays!
Like I said before, gays want "more equal" rights, and they have people believing that they are the only citizens that have ever been victims of the justice system - b/c they are gay. Ugh.