As recent legislation attests, the GLBT community continues to fight for the same civil rights that millions of Americans enjoy. Until that goal is reached, thereâ€™s a critical need to provide gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender individuals and couples with alternative means to protect their basic family and relationship rights.
Thatâ€™s where LegalOut comes in. Weâ€™re an online resource center dedicated to helping members of the GLBT community speak for themselves instead of having the law speak for them.
Affordable, easy-to-use online legal document preparation, including documents such as: estate planning, living wills, domestic partnerships, financial and healthcare power of attorney, co-parenting agreements, and many others.
Access to GLBT-friendly licensed attorneys, for the times when you do need the assistance of an attorney.
Through our partnership with RocketLawyer.com, we promise:
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We proudly support the Point Foundation.
As part of our mission to support the GLBT community, we will donate a percentage of our profits to the Point Foundation.
Point Foundation provides scholarships, mentorship, leadership training and hope for students of merit who have been marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Additionally, Point Foundation provides programs that affect social change by challenging attitudes that contribute to social stigma and its resulting prejudice, which is often experienced by those in the LGBT community. Learn more >>
Inequalities go beyond the recent legislation -- and the 1,138 federal tax and healthcare benefits kept from same-sex couples. For example, did you know that unless otherwise specified in many states, only legal spouses or family members â€“ not lifelong partners -- can visit you in the hospital? Or that vital decisions like power of attorney can default to a biological family member who doesn't "agree with" your sexuality?
Understanding these and dozens of other LGBT issues is critical in speaking up for yourself, instead of letting the law speak for you.
Get started now. Don't wait - your peace of mind will thank you for it.