In 2015, the United States Supreme Court legalized marriage for everyone. This long-awaited, ground-breaking ruling allows everyone, for better or worse, to live openly as the person they are, legally married to the person they love. However, lower courts are slower to catch up, and service provision is impacted on several fronts. What are the responsibilities of employers to their Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transsexual (LGBT) therapists? What are the obligations of providers towards the LGBT parents of the individuals they serve? What are the obligations of the provider towards the individual they serve, when the individual identifies as LGBT? Explore the moral, ethical and legal dimensions of practice when recipients and their families are still living in "grey areas" in the society and culture in which they live. Areas such as adoption, divorce, parenthood, and employer/employee rights, will be discussed, as well as common terms within the national LGBT community. *Every effort will be made to obtain the latest national and state-specific LGBT legislation prior to the presentation.