The Child Support Guidelines for Massachusetts have been updated and TurboLaw will be updating as well.
This just in: The [Massachusetts] Probate and Family Court has amended Uniform Practice XXXIII. Standards for Computer-Generated Forms. Financial Statements and Child Support Guidelines Worksheets must now be printed on colored paper (again).
â€œItâ€™s all words, thatâ€™s all the law is,â€ Scott Turow, a lawyer and the author of â€œPresumed Innocentâ€ and other novels, said when asked to speculate on reasons for the proliferation of law-related blogs, sometimes called blawgs. When people think of law, he continued, â€œYou think of jails and marshals and corporate executives. But the reality is, thatâ€™s what it is – itâ€™s all words, and lawyers are verbal people, both in terms of the written stuff and the spoken stuff.â€
Recently, Massachusetts announced that all documents “created and saved” by state employees from the beginning of next year “would have to be based on open formats.” These open formats include OpenDocument, which is used by OpenOffice – and Adobe’s PDF format. Here are some news stories about this announcement.