Gay Divorce While more states are banning gay marriages, more gay couples are living together long-term. More are also splitting up. NPR's Tovia Smith reports on the travails of gay couples in long-term relationships who split up -- with no legal referee to guide decisions of property rights and child custody.

Gay Divorce

Gay Divorce

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While more states are banning gay marriages, more gay couples are living together long-term. More are also splitting up. NPR's Tovia Smith reports on the travails of gay couples in long-term relationships who split up — with no legal referee to guide decisions of property rights and child custody.