In May 2013, Minnesota became the twelfth state in the U.S. to offer marriage equality for gay and lesbian couples. With this move, same sex couples that marry now have access to the same medical, tax and legal benefits that married couples receive. Even with this progressive step, members of the GLBT community still face an uphill battle when it comes to many situations. That is where we at The Law Offices of Daniel J. Brazil step in.
At our Uptown law firm, we are strong advocates for justice for the LBGT community. The Minnesota Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in many situations, including employment, education, housing and public services. Whether you choose to marry your partner or not, there are steps you can take to protect your rights:
While the battle for gay rights to marriage wages across the state and the nation, there are many tools that our family law attorneys can help you protect your rights as a GLBT couple right now. Contact our Uptown law office online or call us at 612-874-6109 to learn more in a free consultation. We are based in Minneapolis and are available to represent couples throughout the Twin Cities and all of Minnesota.