Sean Healey, the husband of former Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey, is moving to Florida, but the couple remains married and she will continue to keep her home and voting residency in the Bay State.
The newspaper story said the firm will remain in Massachusetts, but Healey, his wife, and their daughter, Averill, were listed on a form switching his "domicile" to Florida, which has no state income tax. The couple's son, Alex, is heading to college in the fall.
A spokesman for Kerry Healey said that despite the domicile form, she "will remain a resident of Massachusetts, and will continue to remain active in the Massachusetts political scene."
Sean Healey will live in a $17 million oceanfront home in Florida, the state where Kerry Healey was raised. The couple also has a second house in Massachusetts, a second house in Florida, as well as a house in Vermont.
Since losing her campaign as the Republican's 2006 gubernatorial nominee, Healey has taught at Harvard, her alma mater, and worked with on justice issues with women in Afghanistan.
She also worked with her former running mate, Mitt Romney, on his 2008 presidential race, and Healey is involved again as he contemplates a second campaign.
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