One important aspect of divorce that can sneak up on a divorcing couple is the division of property and debt. On one hand, dividing debt and property is central to our understanding of divorce, but on the other hand, it tends to be dealt with only after the more interpersonal dynamics have been addressed and conflict is high. But dividing debt and property is not only a symbolic representation of divorce; it can serve as the mechanism that provides finality to a couple’s decision to divorce. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you prepare for all aspects of your divorce, and our team has the expertise and experience to help you work through the potentially difficult tasks associated with property and debt division.
Equitable Division of Property in a Divorce
In a divorce, it is natural to think about which of you will take sole possession of the items you have accumulated as a couple. Read Full Post
If you find yourself in need of a family lawyer, choosing a firm with experience, a track record of success and a focus on offering compassionate and solutions-based services is critical. Your family is made up of the most important people in your life and navigating difficult legal issues like divorce, separation, paternity issues, grandparents’ rights and stepparent adoption can be delicate. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn understands how important your family is to you and how important swift resolution to difficult problems should be. Our team will work closely with you to understand the dynamics of your situation and develop a plan for resolving the issue at hand so that you and your entire family can move forward in a positive and productive way. Read Full Post
Whether you’re a divorcing couple or an unmarried couple who’s separating, debates over child custody can seem endless and daunting. No one wants to consider losing time with their child, but for many couples, the best solution truly is to separate, leaving no choice but to share parenting time. So how can you come to an agreement that’s legally equitable and feels fair to both parties, as well as to your child? Often times, couples feel they need to battle in court to get the most amount of time with their child as possible. This method is neither healthy for the child nor conducive to a good relationship between two parents. Instead, we recommend seeking help from a child custody mediator. At Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn, we’re child custody experts who have been practicing family law for years, helping solve custody issues all over Minnesota, including the Twin Cities and northern suburbs. Read Full Post
Looking for a divorce lawyer in Anoka County, MN? Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC has you covered. We all know that divorce is not easy and in fact, it can be quite difficult at times. At Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC, we want you to walk away feeling positive and ready to move forward. We offer divorce lawyer services in Anoka County and the surrounding area. We do our very best to keep our clients out of the courtroom and guide you smoothly through the process of starting a new chapter in your life. Read Full Post
It would be convenient if there were a one-size-fits-all solution to divorce. If you would walk into a courtroom, tell a judge what you want, and get it, that would make so many lives so much easier. Unfortunately, although there are ways to make divorce simpler through mediation, there’s no way to make it completely free of complications or questions. And that includes when determining alimony. When you’re trying to figure out how much spousal support you’ll likely pay or be paid in a divorce, there isn’t a quick divorce calculator you can use. Alimony is based on several factors, and there are several types of alimony, as well. At Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn, our Coon Rapids, MN divorce lawyers are Minnesota spousal maintenance experts, and we can help you understand just what to expect during your divorce. Read Full Post
Establishment of paternity can be necessary for a myriad of reasons. In Minnesota, there are two ways to establish the fatherhood of a child—establishing the biological or legal father can help strengthen the bond that exists between child and parent. Once paternity is established and the resolution process of associated issues has begun, involved parties often seek the certainty of a Recognition of Paternity (ROP). Read Full Post