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Online Divorce in Massachusetts: Should I Do It?

Online Divorce in Massachusetts Should I Do It

Nowadays, you can do almost anything online: shop, book vacations, and even order groceries. In many cases, these virtual transactions are a faster, more convenient, and frequently cheaper alternative to doing everything in person. Does this also apply to divorce?  Divorce services offered online by “do-it-yourself” providers have become increasingly popular in recent years. Online divorce services advertise a quick, easy, and…

Generic Prenup Template and Online Prenup Services – Should You Use Them?

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For many couples, a prenuptial agreement – or prenup – is a great idea. No matter what your financial situation may be, a prenup can be a good way to protect your assets in the event of a divorce. This legally-binding contract can also be tailored to your situation, like determining in advance who will get the dog if your marriage ends….

Infinity Law Group MA Divorce App Updated to Reflect New Child Support Guidelines

MA Divorce App Updated to Reflect New Child Support Guidelines

On October 4, 2021, Massachusetts released a new set of child support guidelines. For those who use MA Divorce, our divorce app, Infinity Law Group would like to confirm that we have updated the app to incorporate all of the changes to the new guidelines. The recent changes primarily address income amounts and shared parental support contributions in order to more accurately…

New Child Support Guidelines Effective October 2021

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Massachusetts has released a new set of child support guidelines that will go into effect on October 4, 2021. Massachusetts is required to review the Child Support Guidelines every 4 years and make changes as necessary. The new Child Support Guidelines for Massachusetts mainly focused on updating income amounts and shared parental contributions to reflect the economic changes in the last few…

The Rule 411 Automatic Restraining Order

What is the Rule 411 Automatic Restraining Order? The Probate and Family Courts have a set of rules called the Supplemental Rules of the Probate and Family Court.  These are a set of written and enforceable rules that apply to cases pending in the Probate and Family Court.  Among these rules is Rule 411, which creates a set of financial restrictions to…