can-a-divorce-mediator-finalize-my-divorce-paperworkIf you are familiar with the mediation process, you probably know that you can settle important issues, including the terms of your divorce via mediation rather than going to court. This can be appealing to many couples who are looking for a way forward that takes less time and brings less of a financial impact. You may wonder, however, if your mediator can also finalize your divorce paperwork once the process is complete, or if that must be completed separately. Lisa Kallemeyn of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC is both a divorce mediator and a divorce attorney and can provide support for you and your family from the beginning of the process to the very end.

Hennepin County Divorce Lawyer and Divorce Mediator

Lisa Kallemeyn brings extensive legal knowledge and mediation training to the family law cases she takes. This means that you can be confident when you work with her that your needs will be taken care of. Divorce is a difficult process and each and every case is different. Lisa’s comprehensive training allows her to support you in the way that best meets your needs. If you need a divorce lawyer to represent you in court, Lisa is one of the best. If you decide that you would like to avoid the court process and try mediation to settle issues like division of property, child custody and spousal maintenance, then Lisa can serve as your mediator. No matter which process you choose, Lisa will make sure that your divorce paperwork is finalized correctly so that you can move forward with your life.

Deciding Between Mediation and Litigation

Lisa can answer all of your questions about the divorce process and guide you through each and every step so that you know what to expect and can begin thinking about gathering the necessary documents and information that you will need. She can help you decide whether your case would be better served by going through the litigation or mediation process. Regardless of the path you take, Lisa can help you finalize the divorce paperwork so that you can finally move forward with your life.

If you and your family live in Hennepin County, Minnesota and would like more information about the divorce mediation process in general or specific questions about litigation or mediation, call Lisa Kallemeyn at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn at (763) 427-5131. She can help you navigate the divorce process from start to finish.