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Vermont Divorce Professionals
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Either spouse may file for divorce in Vermont if he or she has been a resident of the state for a period of six months or more. However, a divorce shall not be decreed for any cause, unless either the plaintiff or the defendant has resided in the state one year preceding the date of final hearing.
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