Gives Its Take on Massachusetts Divorce Records App

Sept. 21, 2012 - PRLog -- While the launch of a handy iPad/iPhone divorce app by attorneys from the Infinity Law Group has struck a favourable chord with most, folks at are somewhat ambivalent about it. Not surprisingly, the contention is in the question of just how much of an aid it truly is to the welfare of the Massachusetts public.

“While we agree that the app is laudable in facilitating those who are staring at or are already caught up in divorce proceedings, we ask why not something along the line of helping people steer clear of the danger zones of divorce in the first place?” said Jerome  Clam, Program Manager in charge of

For those tangling with divorce in Massachusetts, or any state for that matter, look and you shall find much better answers at instead.

Divorce records generally hail as one of the core vital records categories along with those of Marriage, Birth and Death. This is a standard practice across the various states although this public information falls under the different respective state jurisdictions. Broadly speaking, some states are “open records” states while others are “closed records” ones. On this count, there are expectedly variations in governance in terms of their accessibility but public divorce records are in general a lot easier to get hold of these days than many people think.

The information contained in Divorce records can give indications of an individual’s character or nature. Grounds for divorce, time and place or the age of the divorcing parties are but just some of the pointers to be found in them at a basic level. Also, it will tell if s/he is legally dissolved from a previous marriage to be eligible to re-marry. In other words, they can serve as a succinct measure of whether a prospective spouse is worth pursuing on. Now, that’s helping folks who could be otherwise headed for the mess by recalcitrant divorcees.

The Registry of Vital Records and Statistics in Massachusetts is the government agency tasked with public records in the state. For a state that boasts the lowest divorce rate of 2% for decades, it maintains nothing more than an index of divorce files of events that occurred from 1952 to the present insofar as Massachusetts Divorce Records are concerned. Requests for them are directed to the probate court where the divorce was obtained if that is even known and this amenity is not extended over the Internet either. People could be left wanting in Massachusetts for Divorce Records. Fortunately, private records providers the likes of are now widespread on the WWW, nicely filling the void, and then some.

You can find more specialist info and insights on Divorce Records through the following links:
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