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Our Massachusetts Alimony Calculator estimates the duration (length) and maximum amount of alimony based on Massachusetts Law, as set forth under MGL Ch. 208, s 48 – 55. Prior to entering an alimony order, a judge must analyze the alimony recipient’s individual, economic needs. The recipient’s needs, or other factors within the Court’s discretion, may result in an alimony order that differs from this calculator’s results. If you need an alimony lawyer, please visit our alimony services page.

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