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On June 26, 2013, the Supreme Court in Windsor v. United States invalidated Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). What will be the implications of the Court’s decision on the application of Federal tax laws to same-sex couples?

Panelists will discuss the tax planning challenges faced by same-sex couples and examine other Federal and state laws, such as estate and gift tax complications, the availability of spousal benefits and of certain deductions and exemptions, and the possibility of filing amended returns. The panelists will share their insights on the Supreme Court’s rulings in Windsor and in Hollingsworth v. Perry. The panel will also share ideas on necessary IRS guidance in light of these decisions.


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Laura R. Westfall, King & Spalding, New York, NY (Moderator)

Professor Patricia A. Cain, Santa Clara Law, Santa Clara, CA

Shannon Price Minter, Legal Director, National Center for Lesbian Rights, San Francisco, CA

Shawn C. Newman, Law Office of Shawn C. Newman, P.A., Wilton Manors, FL

Aaron Tax, Director of Federal Government Relations, Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE), Washington, DC


   
Tax Implications for Same-Sex Couples After the DOMA Decisions – Where Does the Code Go From Here?
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