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New Jersey Civil Unions Can Be Dissolved Based Upon Irreconcilable Differences

In a decision long in the making, a New Jersey Family Court Judge held, in a published trial court decision Groh v. Groh, that "same-sex couples can legally dissolve their civil unions based upon irreconcilable differences."  Although having an Appellate Court publish a decision in support of this holding or having the legislature amend the applicable statute would be preferable, for now, this decision lends support and credence to a practice that has been ongoing for the past few years.