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It’s an unfortunate yet common scenario. A married couple lives in one place, but when the marriage goes south, one of the spouses leaves the state with the kids and files for divorce
in the new state. This can make an already tense and stressful event even scarier, especially when children are involved. No doubt, there are a lot of factors that can make a difference in how a case turns out, but there is good news. Usually, a person cannot leave the marital home and attempt to avail himself or herself of another state’s divorce courts as a strategy for putting the non-relocating spouse at a disadvantage. Here’s what you need to know about divorce living in different states.