The definition of domestic partner in health insurance benefits has become necessary and it important because over the years more and more Americans choose to live in co-habitative long-term relationships, but do not choose to be legally or religiously "married". Until the recent legislation, this was equally important for same-sex couples and families to ensure they could have a chance at the same types of benefits that other domestic partner opposite-sex couples benefited from. As needs of people have changed, many employers offering employee benefits and insurance companies have changed with them.


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