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Case of the Day: Rose v. Rose

Posted on November 21, 2019

The case of the day is Rose v. Rose (Mass. App. Ct. 2019). The husband, a citizen of France, and the wife, a citizen of the United States and Canada, were married in New York in 2011. Both worked as international officers for the United Nations, and they were “assigned to missions all over the world.” At the time of the marriage, the wife was living in New York and her husband was living in Haiti on an assignment. Later, in anticipation of a joint move to Lebanon, where the husband was soon to be relocated, the wife moved into her parents’ home in Holbrook, Mass., and then the couple lived together in Lebanon until 2013. The husband was then reassigned to Mali, where…

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