Mass Child Support Calculator

Mass Child Support Calculator


NOTICE: The Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines have been changed effective August 1, 2013. The app previously distributed on this site is no longer accurate. A new version is in development and will be available on this site soon.


Simply enter income and expense information into the ten familiar entry fields, select the number of children, and click "Compute." In a split second, you have accurate information displayed. Transfer the results to the official Guidelines Worksheet form and you are done in seconds.

This application is perfect for lawyers, family court professionals, and parties to divorce.

As portable as your smart phone, you can use this tool wherever you are - at your desk, in a conference room, at another lawyer's office, in mediation sessions, negotiations, and best of all in the courthouse hallway. No more struggling with a yellow pad and hand-held calculator on you knees. Reduces the task to 60 seconds, and ensures accurate results.

And there’s no need to juggle your Smartphone with a handheld calculator. A handy side-screen pops up when necessary to quickly convert annual, monthly, semi-monthly, and bi-weekly numbers to weekly amounts on the fly. In shared custody situations, a side-screen pops up to calculate the "mirror image" support obligation and instantly determines the differential.

Created by experienced family law attorney Mike Tremblay for use in his own divorce and mediation practice, this program has been perfected over many years of practical use and is now available for Android Smartphones.

Utilizes the current 2010 guidelines. Runs on Android
operating system.

Recent changes:
v2.0 recompiled code for faster loading time.
v3.0 added weekly computer and new icon.
v4.0 added shared custody calculator and has email feature in beta development.
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About Mass Child Support Calculator
NOTICE: The Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines have been changed effective August 1, 2013. The app previously distributed on this site is no longer accurate. A new version is in development and will be available on this site soon.


Simply enter income and expense information into the ten familiar entry fields, select the number of children, and click "Compute." In a split second, you have accurate information displayed. Transfer the results to the official Guidelines Worksheet form and you are done in seconds.

This application is perfect for lawyers, family court professionals, and parties to divorce.

As portable as your smart phone, you can use this tool wherever you are - at your desk, in a conference room, at another lawyer's office, in mediation sessions, negotiations, and best of all in the courthouse hallway. No more struggling with a yellow pad and hand-held calculator on you knees. Reduces the task to 60 seconds, and ensures accurate results.

And there’s no need to juggle your Smartphone with a handheld calculator. A handy side-screen pops up when necessary to quickly convert annual, monthly, semi-monthly, and bi-weekly numbers to weekly amounts on the fly. In shared custody situations, a side-screen pops up to calculate the "mirror image" support obligation and instantly determines the differential.

Created by experienced family law attorney Mike Tremblay for use in his own divorce and mediation practice, this program has been perfected over many years of practical use and is now available for Android Smartphones.

Utilizes the current 2010 guidelines. Runs on Android
operating system.

Recent changes:
v2.0 recompiled code for faster loading time.
v3.0 added weekly computer and new icon.
v4.0 added shared custody calculator and has email feature in beta development.

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