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Massachusetts Divorce App

**Updated for the new 2013 Child Support Guidelines**

**Updated for the new 2013 Child Support Guidelines**

Massachusetts Divorce App

by Infinity Law Group LLC
Massachusetts Divorce App
Massachusetts Divorce App
Massachusetts Divorce App

What is it about?

**Updated for the new 2013 Child Support Guidelines**

Massachusetts Divorce App

App Details

Version
4.0
Rating
(6)
Size
39Mb
Genre
Business Reference
Last updated
November 14, 2016
Release date
September 5, 2012
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App Store Description

**Updated for the new 2013 Child Support Guidelines**

This is the first comprehensive iPhone/iPad app for all your divorce calculation needs in Massachusetts. It is also the first app of its kind to include dropbox integration, PDF generation of court approved forms, and air print capabilities.

This app was designed by divorce lawyers from Infinity Law Group LLC both for use by other divorce lawyers, mediators, judges and those representing themselves in court.

The Alimony part of the app will allow you to calculate how long you have to pay alimony, how much alimony you have to pay, and other possible alimony types besides the “traditional” type. The numbers generated by the app is in full compliance with the Alimony Reform Act that took effect in March 2012.

The Child Support part of the app will allow you to calculate your child support obligations according to the 2013 Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines. After inputting your income and allowed deductions, the app will display all 3 possible child support amount based on the amount of parenting time. It will also give you the option of generating PDFs of the guidelines worksheet for direct submission to the court. With the PDFs, you have the option to email them, send it to your dropbox, or air print them. No more having to copy the figures into a piece of paper. Just plug in the numbers and print it straight from the app for court submission.