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Residency Requirements For Divorce

 
All across the United States if you plan to file for divorce there are residency requirements for each state. Along with residency requirements, all states have their own set of laws governing divorce. If you wish to file for divorce, you should talk with a divorce lawyer in the state in which you are now a permanent resident.

Residency requirements for divorce by state include:

Alabama - 6 Months

Alaska - 30 Days

Arizona - 90 Days

Arkansas - 60 Days

California - 6 Months or 180 Days

Colorado - 90 Days

Connecticut - 12 Months or 1 Year

Delaware - 6 Months or 180 Days

District of Columbia - 6 Months or 180 Days

Florida - 6 Months or 180 Days

Georgia - 6 Months or 180 Days

Hawaii - 6 Months or 180 Days

Idaho - 6 Weeks

Illinois - 90 Days

Indiana - 6 Months or 180 Days

Iowa - 12 Months or 1 Year

Kansas - 60 Days

Kentucky - 6 Months or 180 Days

Louisiana - 6 Months or 180 Days

Maine - 6 Months or 180 Days

Maryland - 12 Months or 1 Year

Massachusetts - 12 Months or 1 Year

Michigan - 6 Months or 180 Days

Minnesota - 6 Months or 180 Days

Mississippi - 6 Months or 180 Days

Missouri - 90 Days

Montana - 90 Days

Nebraska - 12 Months or 1 Year

Nevada - 6 Weeks

New Hampshire - 12 Months or 1 Year

New Jersey - 12 Months or 1 Year

New Mexico 6 Months or 180 Days

New York - 12 Months or 1 Year

North Carolina - 6 Months or 180 Days

North Dakota - 6 Months or 180 Days

Ohio - 6 Months or 180 Days

Oklahoma - 6 Months or 180 Days

Oregon - 6 Months or 180 Days

Pennsylvania - 6 Months or 180 Days

Rhode Island - 12 Months or 1 Year

South Carolina 1 - 2 Months or 1 Year

South Dakota - no residency requirements

Tennessee - 6 Months or 180 Days

Texas - 6 Months or 180 Days

Utah - 90 Days

Vermont - 6 Months or 180 Days

Virginia - 6 Months or 180 Days

Washington - no residency requirements

West Virginia - 12 Months or 1 Year

Wisconsin - 6 months or 180 Days

Wyoming - 60 Days

If you are going through a divorce let whocanisue.com find a divorce lawyer in your state to guide you through the laws that govern your states.  We have a list of divorce lawyers that are here and ready to listen to your story.

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