Oakland, Calif., attorney Jon Eisenberg has some advice for same-sex couples looking to say ‘I do’ on June 16: “Don’t get married in a fever.”

The appellate specialist isn’t just channeling Johnny Cash. Even though the California Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to stay its May 15 decision legalizing gay marriage, obstacles remain for same-sex sweethearts who want to tie the knot when the ruling becomes final at 5 p.m. on June 16.

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