To calculate how much Massachusetts alimony you should pay or receive, simply fill in the following information and click “Calculate”. You can then download a .pdf of the results and explanation of the results. You can learn more about alimony in MA on this page. If you need to divide retirement assets as part of your divorce, Attorney Rueschemeyer drafts QDRO’s and DRO’s, the documents required for dividing pensions, 401k’s, 403b’s, 457’s, etc.
The calculator on this page a) takes into account the payor’s full Social Security age, which can affect the duration of alimony, b) requires no math on your part, and c) determines who the “payor” and “recipient” are instead of asking you to determine this on your own.