A pair of Supreme Court rulings Wednesday will bring major changes for advisors who work with same-sex couples.

"Marriage between same-gender people gets federal recognition, and that means all the benefits, all 1,141 rights, that heterosexual couples get," says Arlington, Mass., planner Debra Neiman, who has many gay and lesbian clients.

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