No. There is no way around the residency requirement, as that is set by statute and seeks to somewhat prevent people from moving to one jurisdiction just for the purpose of obtaining a divorce within said jurisdiction, among other reasons.
Please be aware that this is not legal advice, but merely, an answer to guide you in the proper direction. I would need to have a consultation with you and be apprised of all facts before I could give legal advice that could be relied upon. Additionally, no attorney-client privilege has been established. In accordance with AL Rules of Professional Responsibility: "“No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.”
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