This NYT article
has some ideas for establishing residency in Massachussets in order to get a gay marriage.
Ed Horvath, 53, and his partner, Richard Neidich, 64, both of Washington, D.C., where they plan to remain, will apply for a license in one of those three towns, even if Mr. Romney declares their marriage "null and void."
"We really think that Massachusetts is the place," said Mr. Horvath, adding that Mr. Neidich's successful battle with cancer last year had strengthened their desire to marry soon. "I have a very strong assumption that that law is going to be thrown out."
In any event, Mr. Horvath said, he has thought of buying a burial plot in Massachusetts, wondering "if having a grave site would be considered having an intention of residing there."