An attorney in the Bay Area blurbs about the amusing and serious experiences of a legal career.
Just in the news last month.
Thanks Greg! From the article: "Kalispell morphed into a wedding chapel for absentees five years ago, when a soldier from Montana, serving in Iraq, wanted to marry his pregnant Italian girlfriend. The soldier’s family asked a lawyer named Dean Knapton to research a rumor that Montana allowed double-proxy weddings. The answer, to his surprise, was yes."
Marriage by proxy was on the Colorado bar exam last summer. It's allowed here too.
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