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Stirred to action: Woman presses for legal changes after partner killed

There are 7 comments on the www.adn.com story from Aug 10, 2013, titled Stirred to action: Woman presses for legal changes after partner killed. In it, www.adn.com reports that:

Debbie Harris always believed in keeping her private life private. Low key. That was her word.

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#1 Aug 11, 2013
READ THIS !!!

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#2 Aug 11, 2013
We have the same concerns here in PA. Wills and a good POA are not the same thing as marriage license when it comes to protecting the ones we love.

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this one

#3 Aug 11, 2013
Quest wrote:
We have the same concerns here in PA. Wills and a good POA are not the same thing as marriage license when it comes to protecting the ones we love.
This is a problem that same sex couples have been facing for decades. Without a legal relationship, even the most carefully laid out plans can be thwarted by your legal kin and the state.

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#4 Aug 11, 2013
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>This is a problem that same sex couples have been facing for decades. Without a legal relationship, even the most carefully laid out plans can be thwarted by your legal kin and the state.
Amen. We have spent thousands on legal papers and advice, and I still feel uneasy about what happens when either of us dies.

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#6 Aug 11, 2013
RalphB wrote:
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Amen. We have spent thousands on legal papers and advice, and I still feel uneasy about what happens when either of us dies.
Marry.

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#9 Aug 12, 2013
snyper wrote:
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Marry.
Yeah, we will. but in Missouri it would make no difference to our courts when a relative contests the paperwork. And the more money your estate is worth, the more such contests will occur. We are planning on moving to a Marriage Equality state, and take our money with us of course, but until Frank retires, we are stuck here. One more year.

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#10 Aug 12, 2013
Uve wrote:
<quoted text> If I were a queer I two would feel uneasy about what happens to me when I die cause I don't want to go to hell as due penalty for my homosexual perversion!!!
REPENT NOW AND JOIN THE RIGHTEOUS ONES.
You're a little confused. I do not feel uneasy about my death, or what happens afterward to me. I am uneasy that my spouse could possibly lose everything we have accumulated together. But that will be fixed in a year when he retires and we move to a civilized Marriage Equality state.

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