The Laws Of Our Society

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The laws of our society at its best do not depict equality to every substantial entity that graces the land of the United States of America. The turmoil that is documented and/or reported that flourish our different media outlets, struggles in people day to day lives, or the great strain against indivisibility or a simple liberty or justice for all. Everyone will not always agree if ever. Some may choose to be belligerent with their voice—where others may bid for peace. Perhaps is it greener on the other side—may be it is—may be it is not.
The effects of law on society vary from topic to topic. The topic may rub some the wrong way, may stem as a voice for others, or it may be just another conversation for many. “…the U.S. Supreme Court
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Those who believe that there is “Final say-so God” awaits judgment amid their last breathe on this side of the spectrum. The land of the living has many majorities. These majorities have a right to stick together and demand for a sought after equality. Many may express that this present time warrants the welcoming of same sex marriage, but with the majorities a fight is sure to be ensued. “… Americans are deeply divided -- and often deeply ambivalent -- on the subject of same-sex marriage. Regardless of the public 's feelings about same-sex marriage, it appears the controversy is here to stay. A flurry of gay marriage lawsuits is being filed across the country, and more are sure to come (Kiefer 2003).” The flurries are beginning to freeze. The tone is set. Many same sex marriages are concealed.
The concealing of these marriages is not limited to the fails of a normal marriage. There is no special divorce package. If children are involved, child’s support is granted to the one who has the full custody—that is if there is not a joint custody. The same goes for alimony as well. The fore-mentioned are only negative attributes, but the effects that are greatly appreciated are the benefits that same sex marriages qualify for which are as follows: insurance, pensions, shared estates, bills, and the list goes on. “In 1996,
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