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The Massachusetts divorce lawyers, Infinity Law Group, recently developed an iPhone and iPad app for Massachusetts divorce lawyers, mediators, judges and those representing themselves in court. This is a useful resource to calculate how long you have to pay alimony, … Continue reading
I discovered this great divorce article and wanted to share it with my readers. For anyone thinking about divorce, this article is called “10 Steps to Avoid Losing Your Shirt in a Divorce” and it highlights some insightful points. Before … Continue reading
As of March 1st, 2012 a new alimony law has been gone into effect in Massachusetts which dramatically changes the way alimony entitlements/obligations will be viewed. The law provides for termination of alimony when the payor reaches _________________________________________________________________ Need Family Legal Advice? Call … Continue reading