This is not an offensive question, but instead something very important that I think can be helpful for people to know. These are heavily answered with advice from David Jay - thanks :)
Family Law - how are non-traditional relationships respected by the law, especially aromantic relationships and romantic relationships that don’t look like what people would expect. This comes into play with what happens when people breakup, inheritance, child services, and immigration law. Often ace and aro relationships do not look like what people have written laws for and so when these issues come up they can treat ace & aro relationships like “friendships” which do not have legal status most of the time. Friendships is in quotes because I would love to have friendships be an option for legal recognition, but the state currently does not.
Non-discrimination - there is problematic academic and anecdotal research that shows that aces (not aros yet) face discrimination in housing and in work environments. There’s a debate about whether ENDA should include mentions of asexuality.