Nevada grants divorces after six months' residence

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Historical Context Note


In 1915 Nevada adopted a bill granting divorces after 6 months residency in the state. Divorces were traditionally difficult to come by, and this liberal divorce law meant Nevada came to be viewed as a 'divorce haven'.

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