The parents of a Cozen O’Connor partner who left the bulk of her estate to her wife argued the profit-sharing benefits the daughter accrued at the firm should go to them because Pennsylvania and federal law does not recognize same-sex marriages.

Cozen O’Connor had asked a Philadelphia federal judge to determine whether the wife or parents of one of its Chicago attorneys who died in September should be the beneficiaries of the profit-sharing plan.

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