Divorce Attorney

The law firm of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm serves Coon Rapids, Blaine, Anoka, and many other Minnesota communities. We offer depth of experience and expertise in a wide variety of matters of law, and we specialize in multiple areas including estate planning, probate law, real estate law and family law, including divorce. Lisa Kallemeyn has devoted her entire career to her family law practice so if you are in need of a divorce attorney, and are looking for an experienced, capable and compassionate attorney, we can help. Read Full Post

Experienced Family and Divorce Lawyer

Divorce Attorney

Divorce MediationThe very nature of divorce is stressful. It is the culmination of a period of time during which you and your spouse have experienced enough difficulty in your marriage and have resolved to take it to its conclusion. This is true, to some extent, even in divorces that are characterized as ‘amicable.’ If you have children, they too will experience the stress initiated by your divorce. The law firm of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn provides high quality divorce counsel and representation for those in Anoka, Coon Rapids, Andover, Ham Lake, Blaine, and many other communities in Minnesota. Read Full Post

Qualified Neutral

Coon Rapids Divorce Attorney and MediatorIf you live in the state of Minnesota and are going through a divorce, you have likely already been made aware that you should first seek an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) before moving forward with a court case to settle the terms of your divorce. And, if you have done any research on what this process entails, you may have stumbled onto the term “qualified neutral” and wonder what this actually means. A “neutral” is an individual or organization who provides an Alternative Dispute Resolution service. This is very often divorce mediation, which is a highly successful tool to settle common and complex issues in a divorce settlement. Neutrals who are on the State Court Administrator’s Rule 114 Neutral Roster are “qualified neutrals.” This means that the court system sees these professionals as trained and capable of providing these mediation services to those in the MN area. Read Full Post

Family Law Mediation Qualified Neutral

Divorce/Family Law Firm Court battles are long, expensive, emotionally taxing and generally tend to increase the adversarial nature of any conflict. And, issues that come up in family law cases are already extremely emotionally charged for all involved, meaning that court battles can become even more contentious and divisive. More and more families are turning to mediation as a tool to solve issues such as divorce, child custody issues, child support, division of property, grandparents rights and other family law cases. Lisa Kallemeyn, of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, is an experienced mediator and a Qualified Neutral under Rule 114 of the MN Rules of Practice. She can help you and your family sort out all types of difficult issues and find common ground and resolution that allows all of you to move forward in a positive and healthy way. Read Full Post

Property and Debt Division

Blaine, Coon Rapids, Anoka, Andover, Ham LakeIf you are going through a divorce, or if you are in the early stages of considering a divorce, you will have to think about how to divide property and debt equitably before your divorce becomes final. The divorce process is complex and difficult to navigate, but we at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn have the expertise to help you manage the many complexities that are involved in finalizing a divorce. One such area, which many people are inclined to overlook, is property and debt division. We are experts in divorce law and have helped many people from Blaine, Coon Rapids, Andover, and other cities in Minnesota get through the difficulty of divorce. Read Full Post

Separating Partners with Kids

For couples who are unmarried and who have decided to separate, there are still many legal concerns that need to be resolved. It is easy to assume not being married makes the process of separating from your partner simpler. In some cases, that may be accurate, but in most cases there are legal issues that prevail and which require knowledge of the law. Couples who decide to separate may have incurred debt together, accumulated property or other sources of wealth. Those and similar issues require legal support in order to ensure that each person emerges from the separation process with a fair and equitable resolution. And, of course, the most important assets to be addressed are the children that come from that relationship. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn are uniquely qualified to help separating partners and parents understand and get through the complex procedures that are related to separation. Read Full Post

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