Going through a divorce is extremely difficult, and when the two of you are parents, this makes it even more difficult. Determining who has custody, or working out joint legal custody is often what creates the most tension between divorcing couples.
Under Minnesota law, there are two types of child custody, legal custody and physical custody. Legal custody is defined as “the right to make decisions about how to raise the child, including decisions about education, health care, and religious training.” Physical custody is defined as “the right to make decisions about the routine day-to-day activities of the child and where the child lives.” Read Full Post
Are you interested in purchasing real estate? Is it time to buy a new home, or invest in a business property it is a lot of work, and there is a lot of paperwork that needs to be completed during this process. Even when people think they are about to purchase a home and it will be a “simple” residential sale, it requires a vast amount of paperwork that needs to be completed and this paperwork will affect your ability to close on your new home. So, if you want the process to go smoothly, it is best to consult with an attorney to make sure that the deal doesn’t fall apart and you won’t be disappointed at the end of the day. Read Full Post
When a loved one dies, family and friends are flooded with emotion, intense sadness and a lot of things to do. In addition to navigating the grieving process, the family must quickly turn to the distribution of the family member’s assets (and debts), which can often times be complicated. In Minnesota, a probate occurs if the deceased was a resident of the state at the time of their death. Having a will does not necessarily negate the need for a probate. If you have questions about a probate, you will want to partner with a probate attorney with knowledge of the state laws, experience managing estates and communicating clearly and effectively. Charles Kallemeyn of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is based in Anoka County, MN and specializes in probate law and can help you navigate this process. Read Full Post
During a divorce, marital property will be divided up in a fair and equitable way according to Minnesota Law. There are a few intricacies of Property Division When Divorcing that demand the attention of a qualified and experienced Family Law Attorney like Lisa Kallemeyn. At Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn in Coon Rapids MN, we have extensive experience in helping divorcing parties to divide marital assets in a manner that allows you to move on with your life more easily. Read Full Post