When a family member passes away, the family is left with the hard task of setting the estate of the deceased. Unfortunately dealing with probate and the legal process, it is very complicated and understanding probate usually means you need to see an attorney. Probate and estate administration is used to formally transfer the real property, distribute assets of the decedent and settle all claims against the estate. If you were appointed as the personal representative for your loved ones estate we will guide you through the steps necessary. As each state has its own individual laws, unfortunately when you see an attorney they will only be able to guide you in the state that they reside in. The probate and estate administration lawyers at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn in Anoka County are prepared to explain the process and assist you with your duties to make the process less stressful. We are happy to provide probate law to Blaine, Coon Rapids, Andover, Ham Lake, Champlin and the surrounding areas. Read Full Post
Divorce can be excruciating for the couple separating, but when children are involved, the depth of the pain only increases because of the long term impact on the impressionable kids who did not have a say in the decision. Developing a child custody arrangement that works for the entire family is a very important part of the divorce process when children are involved. Read Full Post
One of the most contentious parts of a divorce is determining child support. If you are at the beginning of this process, you may have questions about how child support amounts are determined and what you should expect as a part of this process. Here is some basic information to get you started. Read Full Post
Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm is located on the border of Blaine and Coon Rapids Minnesota, and proudly serves Blaine, Coon Rapids, Andover, Ham Lake, Champlin and the surrounding areas. Specializing in Minnesota family law, we understand the hardship and difficulties of this area of practice and are here to help you. Our attorneys have represented clients throughout the State of Minnesota and are here to help you as well.
Understanding family law, especially divorce law can be difficult, and Minnesota is a no-fault divorce state. No-fault divorce means that marriage can be broken and does not require proof that either party has done any wrong doing. You can file for divorce without having to provide evidence that someone has committed adultery or another act that breaks the marital contract. A dependable family law attorney will address all of the specifics in a case and can advocate for you adequately. Due to the no-fault divorce law there is potential that if someone has committed a wrongdoing, the court will not side on the party that has been hurt. The person that initiates the divorce, even if they broke marital contract, could potentially fare better than the other spouse and that is why it is important for you to get proper representation. Read Full Post
http://kallemeyn.com/legal-practice-areas/real-estate-lawyers-anoka-county/mechanics-liens-lawyer-anoka/Minnesota’s Mechanics Lien law protects contractors and subcontractors and even the property owners from payment issues that sometimes arise over how and whether contract work is paid and to whom. Specifically, the law protects a contractor or subcontractor from not being paid and protects a property owner from paying a contractor only to later learn that the contractor did not then pay their subcontractor. This law essentially puts a lien on the piece of property that was worked on until the appropriate payments are made. Charles Kallemeyn of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn focuses more than ½ of his practice on real estate law in the Coon Rapids, Blaine and Anoka, MN area. He has extensive experience with the mechanics lien statute and can help you navigate related issues whether you are a contractor, subcontractor or a property owner. Read Full Post
Divorce mediation is a very effective method of sorting out all of the necessary issues related to a divorce. However, it is sometimes overlooked as divorcing couples rush into fighting it out in court. It is very common for a divorce to stir up many emotions for both parties, making it difficult to agree on the terms of the separation.
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