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April 3, 1993 | From Associated Press
The state Supreme Court has ruled that a Contra Costa County woman who promised to take care of her ill husband was only doing her duty and is not entitled to part of his property. The court denied a new hearing sought by the woman, who said she was promised a substantial share her husband's multimillion-dollar estate if she took personal care of him during his illness.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 3, 1993 | From Associated Press
The state Supreme Court has ruled that a Contra Costa County woman who promised to take care of her ill husband was only doing her duty and is not entitled to part of his property. The court denied a new hearing sought by the woman, who said she was promised a substantial share her husband's multimillion-dollar estate if she took personal care of him during his illness.
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July 7, 1997 | BETTINA BOXALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Starting Tuesday, $8 and a visit to a notary will bring same-sex couples in Hawaii a degree of legitimacy unprecedented in this country. With a state certificate declaring them "reciprocal beneficiaries," they will qualify for dozens of legal rights and benefits typically reserved for the married, ranging from the ability to sign up for family medical insurance to filing a domestic violence complaint.
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