easy-divorce state


easy-divorce state
A state having a number of grounds of divorce, a short residence requirement, and judges who are not inclined to doubt the plaintiff's testimony. Elwert v Elwert, 196 Or 256, 248 P2d 847, 36 ALR2d 741.

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