Osaka man barred from attending same-sex partner’s cremation seeks inheritance and damages in pioneering lawsuit

A 69-year-old man from Osaka Prefecture filed a lawsuit Thursday against his deceased same-sex partner’s sister, seeking assets left behind by his late partner and damages for being barred from attending his cremation. The rare case involving inheritance …
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