(St. Louis Post-Dispatch) For couples happily joined in matrimony, it's a joyous state to be in.
However, when a couple wants a divorce but is refused one, wedlock takes on a new meaning.
Remaining trapped in a marriage is happening around the country to gay couples. They get hitched in a state where such unions are legal but live in a state such as Missouri where the constitution explicitly does not recognize them. When a couple decides the relationship is no longer working, filing for divorce becomes complicated.
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