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Brand New Massachusetts Divorce App for iPhone and iPad

Ever since we first released our Divorce App in 2012, it has become the go-to app for attorneys, judges, and litigants who want a fast and easy way to calculate the child support guidelines and alimony guidelines. The guidelines aren’t easy to understand and our app allows users to see all the different variations without having to calculate it by hand in…

Infinity Law Group Announces 2016 Scholarship Winner

Providing individuals with opportunities to excel is important to Infinity Law Group. The sponsoring of the 2016 3rd Annual Asian Heritage Law School Scholarship is at the heart of this belief. As a result, we’re happy to announce Keren Salim as our 2016 award recipient. She has demonstrated the ability to work hard in the pursuit of legal education. Getting to Know…

Ashley Madison Leak has Little Bearing in Divorce Court

Last month, the hacker group calling itself “Impact Team” attacked the dating website Ashley Madison, which is geared toward enabling extra-marital affairs. Ashley Madison self-describes as “the world’s leading married dating service for discreet encounters.” According to CBS News, personal information was collected from every last one of the website’s 37 million members. In order to assure themselves of the fact that…

Infinity Law Group 2015 Asian Heritage Scholarship Winner

The 2015 Infinity Law Group Annual Asian Heritage Scholarship was awarded to Janice Tang, whose life experience, personal journey and academic achievements represent so many of the reasons why the scholarship was initially created. Most of all, Janice loves giving back to the community. However, Janice Tang’s love for giving back to the community was not innately bestowed upon her at birth. Her…

Collecting Social Security Benefits of an Ex-Spouse

GUEST BLOGGER: Deborah Smith – Debbie is the resident divorce writer for Total Attorneys (www.totaldivorce.com) and you can read her blog at www.totaldivorce.com/blog/debbiedivorce/ Social Security benefits provide an income for retired or disabled people and their dependents. If a spouse dies, the surviving dependent spouse is generally entitled to the benefits. In some cases, a former spouse may still collect some Social…

Asian Heritage Scholarship Winner Announced

Infinity Law Group is pleased to announce that Jaili Huang, a student at Cardozo Law School in New York City, has been awarded the first annual Asian Heritage Law School Scholarship. Ms. Huang graduated with a BA from Binghamton University, where she made the Dean’s list four semesters in a row. She was also recognized by the NY Attorney General’s office for…

Assembling iMessage Screen Shots for Litigation

In divorce and family law litigation, we often want to see our client’s text messages.  It has long been a dream to be able to see one long chain of iMessage on the iPhone instead of multiple pictures of screenshots. Now there is a solution to that in Stitch It! You can use this app to stitch together multiple screenshots into one…

I have a child support order from another state and now I need to change it, what can I do?

One of the tricky areas of Massachusetts law is how to treat child support orders from other states.  This area of law can get complicated, and if you’re dealing with this issue, it’s one of the times that the help of an attorney is pretty much indispensable.  In these cases, we aren’t talk about something that’s based primarily on the facts (“substantive…

Update to Child Support App

As of August 1, 2013, the Child Support Guidelines have been revised in Massachusetts.  Our iPad and iPhone app has also been updated to reflect the new changes in the Guidelines. The Child Support portion of our app has been completely redesigned and some of these features are unique to our app alone.  Most of the “math” is now hidden so that…

Supreme Court Strikes Down Section 4 of DOMA

Today, in a 5-4 Decision, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) struck down Section 4 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).  We specify “Section 4” because it’s important to point out that the Supreme Court did not strike down DOMA as a whole.  Specifically, Section 2 of DOMA, which allows states to refuse to recognize same sex marriages obtained in other…