Lots of us live on or close to the Massachusetts/Rhode Island state border. We don’t even think about it as we cross back and forth. But when you’re involved in a divorce and one of you moves to the other state, this can add a layer of complexity to the process. There are significant differences in some aspects of the law.
Because of this, I changed the name of the blog from Massachusetts Divorce Law Monitor to Divorce Law Monitor. We are lucky to have a very talented attorney in our group, Andrea Dunbar, who is not only licensed in both states, but truly practices in both. This has proved invaluable and I am very pleased to have her share her knowledge with you.
The next post will be from Andrea and will address the difficulties of interstate custody cases.
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