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Supreme Court ruling that now allows same-sex couples to marry in Tennessee, a smaller group was breathing a quiet sigh of relief for what it means for them — the right to divorce a same-sex spouse. A former Clarksville woman filed what is believed to be the first paperwork in the state seeking a divorce from a same-sex partner.
Ladies want nsa SC Aynor 29511 To terminate their marriage, one or the other would have had to move to a state that recognizes same-sex marriage and establish residency — a process that usually takes at least six months, said Nashville Attorney Ryan Johnson of Turner Law Offices.
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Turner are representing Taramarie Gulledge, who now lives in Kingston Springs but lived with her wife and their almost 3-year-old daughter in Clarksville until the couple split up in May. The divorce statutes will simply be interpreted as being gender neutral.
While couples across the state were Hot sexy horny Round Rock Texas news that as they exchanged nuptials in front of cameras, Gulledge was happy for the chance to get divorced.
Wolf-Gulledge still lives in Clarksville, with the daughter who will turn 3 next week. No attorney was listed for Wolf-Gulledge and she could not be reached for comment Monday.
Gulledge claims Wolf-Gulledge has not allowed her to see the child since they separated in May. She asks for sole custody of Married wives wants nsa Inverness child, a restraining order to keep her wife from taking the child out of state and child support. The case has not yet been set for a hearing.