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As long as one of the parties to the divorce are residents of MA, you can file your divorce in MA. If both are cooperating in the divorce complaint, you can file a joint petition for divorce (http://www.mass.gov/courts/docs/forms/probate-and-family/cjd101a.pdf). You also have to file a financial statement to disclose and divide any marital property. the forms can be found at http://www.mass.gov/courts/forms/pfc/pfc-forms-gen.html#4
You also file a joint affidavit of irretrievable breakdown
You need to attach a certified copy of your marriage
You would also need to file a report of absolute divorce
when the divorce is granted.
If there are any children or child/spousal support
issues, then the case could get a bit more complex and you need to file child support
forms as well which are also on the state site I provided above.
An attorney to handle an uncontested divorce where all parties cooperate would be about $500-$1000, depending on the attorney.
Your spouse needs to file a waiver of attendance at the hearing. The soonest the uncontested divorce can be final is 120 days from the entry of the final order (meaning you have to wait 120 days from the court issuing an order of divorce before you can remarry).