Well, an interstate divorce might be a situation where one party lives in Minnesota and one party lives, say, in New York, and they want to get divorced. The questions that I help people sort through is where to get divorced and what are the criteria that they need to consider if they want to get divorced in Minnesota. What that is, is living here for six months. As long as you’ve lived in Minnesota for six months you can divorced here.
That’ll come into question a lot of times, if, for example, a couple has traveled around significantly and has lived in different places. I help clients sort through where they’re going to get divorced and how the divorce is going to go if parties are in two separate states.