After a Boston-area attorney informed the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court last month that she did not intend to comply with orders pertaining to her 18-month suspension, the court tacked on additional time that she will be ineligible to practice, as well as a daily fine until she follows the court’s directives.

The court also considered whether Maude Laroche-St. Fleur, an immigration attorney at Laroche Law Office, who had previously been suspended for 18 months by the state high court, was still considered to be engaged in the practice of law based on her online presence and her firm’s voicemail message—neither of which indicated that she was suspended or unauthorized to practice law. She had been suspended after she was found to have made a falsified personal financial statement and disobeyed multiple court orders while representing herself in a divorce.