Washington Law Review
If, no matter what the reason for the migration, the spouse who has obtained the foreign decree returns to his usual abode, a court there may be confronted with the problem of the local effect of the decree. The problem is one which has been with us with varying degrees of intensity since almost the very formation of the American Union.
George W. Stumberg,
The Migratory Divorce,
33 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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