A judge in York County has issued a landmark court ruling for South Carolina and other states with common law marriage that said a same-sex couple had a common law marriage. The ruling states the marriage is retroactive for the last three decades that a couple was together because the former ban on gay marriage was illegal and unconstitutional. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
A judge in York County has issued a landmark court ruling for South Carolina and other states with common law marriage that said a same-sex couple had a common law marriage. The ruling states the marriage is retroactive for the last three decades that a couple was together because the former ban on gay marriage was illegal and unconstitutional. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

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