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What’s New at WomensLaw?

WomensLaw staff is constantly updating the “plain language” legal information and resources on In addition to making sure that the existing information is up-to-date, staff also adds new information on a regular basis.

What’s new:

  • August 2020

    We added three statutes related to relocation to our Selected Indiana Statutes page.

  • August 2020

    We added two divorce-related statutes to our Selected Nevada Statutes page.

  • August 2020

    We added information to What are the residency requirements for divorce in Nevada? to clarify that a person could file if both parties lived in Nevada and the cause of action for the divorce happened in Nevada. Changes were made in English and Spanish.

  • August 2020

    We added the crimes of first degree sexual assault, secong degree sexual assault, and third degree sexual assault to our Rhode Island Crimes page.

  • August 2020

    Based on an Email Hotline inquiry, we added three sexual assault crimes to our Selected Rhode Island Statutes page.

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