No. These various relationships affect state law rights and responsibilities only in the states which recognize them. Only marriage is respected by the federal government. As a result, unmarried same-sex couples will not get federal benefits, such as social security survivorship benefits.
About Allen Leavitt
Allen Leavitt was raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. Allen attended University of Nevada-Las Vegas, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Economics in 2006. Then, wanting to couple his business degree with a law degree, Allen attended William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV. Allen is licensed to practice in all Nevada Courts.