GLAD is representing Sarah Sinnott, a non-biological mother in Vermont, whose former partner has sought to disrupt Sarah’s relationship with their two children. The former partner came into the relationship with one child adopted from… Read More →
June 26, 2013 U.S. Supreme Court rules DOMA Section 3 unconstitutional in Windsor v. United States
July 31, 2012 – Connecticut Federal District Court Judge Bryant rules that DOMA is unconstitutional.
Judge Bryant issued an… Read More →
GLAD and the ACLU of New Hampshire submitted an amicus brief in this case before the New Hampshire Supreme Court concerning the fair distribution of property in a divorce between two women who were in… Read More →
Update: On April 22, 2011 an arrest was made in the custody case involving former civil union partners Janet Jenkins and Lisa Miller, and their daughter, Isabella Miller-Jenkins. Lisa did not comply with a court order… Read More →
GLAD worked with a police officer in the Town of Hardwick, Vermont, in Northern Vermont who was terminated from the police department when the Town Manager learned that he is transgender. Anthony Barreto-Neto, an experienced… Read More →
GLAD submitted an amicus brief in this Georgia case, the first addressing whether a Vermont civil union has the force of marriage in another jurisdiction. The case concerns a divorced mother, Susan Burns, who was… Read More →