Cynthia D. Wright is a partner at Boyd, Collar, Nolen & Tuggle, which was among the first family law firms in Georgia to launch a same-sex practice. She served as a Fulton County Superior Court judge from 1996 to 2014, including two terms as chief judge. She was a Fulton County State Court judge from 1995 to 1996 and was chief legal counsel to Gov. Zell Miller from 1991 to 1995. Judge Wright was the first Fulton County Superior Court judge in the family court division. In her role as one of three family law judges, she presided over thousands of domestic cases throughout her 12 years of service in the family division. She may be reached at (770) 953-4300 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Altar-Bound at Last: Legal Considerations for Engaged Same-Sex Couples
Cynthia Wright, 7 years ago 5 min read
As wonderful a day as that was, in fact, true marriage equality still does not exist in spite of the landmark Obergefell decision. While the right to marriage is equal, the benefits of marriage are still skewed when many state and federal laws grant certain benefits based on a length of marriage calculation.
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