What is the interactive Stevenson-Kelsey Spousal Support (Alimony) Calculator?
The Spousal Support (Alimony) Calculator was jointly created by Attorney Scott R. Stevenson and Attorney Justin Kelsey and is widely used by famly law lawyers and litigants in divorce case both in Massachusetts and in other States.
In addition to the interactive Alimony Calculator, there is also a published Memorandum of Law on the topic of the use of formulae to calculate alimony payments, with references to Massachusetts Alimony formulae, including the Alimony Formula suggested by the Joint Task Force of the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Boston Bar Association, the formula of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and opther alimony formulae used in other States.
Where Can I Get and Use the Stevenson-Kelsey Spousal Support (Alimony) Calculator?
At either of these web sites, you will be able to interactively use the Stevenson-Kelsey Spousal Support Calculator and you will be able to access the Memorandum of Law on the topic of the Use of Alimony Calculators using various formula in Divorce Litigation in Massachusetts and in other States to determine the what the amount of the Alimony payments to be made in a given divorce case are suggested to be - a helpful tool to divorcing parties and their counsel in discussions of both temporary and permanent alimony payments from one spouse to another.
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