Family Law

New App Calculates Alimony and Divorce Payments in Massachusetts


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Screenshot from iTunes.

Gabriel Cheong, a Massachusetts divorce lawyer with Infinity Law Group, recently launched an iPhone and iPad app that calculates alimony and divorce payments in the state.

It also generates a court-approved child-support form in PDF format, Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites reports, and calculates date ranges for divorce decrees.

Called Massachusetts Divorce, the product cost 99 cents. Users input gross weekly incomes, as well as costs such as childcare, health insurance and other support obligations, to determine the calculation. If users opt for the child support form, the PDF can be emailed, printed or exported to Dropbox, a file-hosting service.

Updated at 1:36 p.m. to clarify that the app can calculate date ranges for divorce decrees.

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