Divorce Mediator in Minnesota

Neutral Divorce Mediator MinnesotaMaking the difficult decision to end a marriage can be emotionally and financially draining. Whether you are the one to initiate the divorce, it is a mutual decision or your partner makes the request, there is more than one way to proceed. Opting to utilize divorce mediation services can be beneficial in many cases. A divorce mediator acts as a neutral third-party (Qualified Neutral), who can help both parties to resolve disputes and reach a mutually acceptable agreement on multiple issues… Read Full Post

Divorce Options in Minnesota

Making the decision to divorce is difficult and it begins a new phase of your relationship, one in which you must make additional important decisions about the divorce process, before you and your soon to be ex-spouse can move forward. Every divorce is unique and every couple has specific needs, concerns and goals. If you live in the state of Minnesota, you may wonder what your options are for navigating the divorce process. The first thing to note is that Minnesota has a “no fault” divorce law, meaning you… Read Full Post

Neutral Divorce Mediation Services

Neutral Divorce Mediation ServicesWhen you think of calling a law firm for help settling a divorce, you may assume that your case will become a court battle. However, this is not necessarily the case. The legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn helps many couples settle all aspects of your divorce without a lengthy and costly court battle. Divorce mediation is a highly effective tool to settle issues including division of property, child and/or spousal support and child custody issues. Lisa Kallemeyn is a family law mediator and has devoted her entire legal career to family law. Read Full Post

Everything Needs to be Decided Before Divorce is Finalized in MN

Everything Needs to be Decided Before Divorce is Finalized in MNDivorce is considered a major life event for a good reason. It is one of the most stressful events in life — requiring you to end a lifelong commitment that you made and untangle the life that you have built together. Divorce can be difficult emotionally as well as logistically, as you sort out how to settle issues related to child custody, spousal maintenance and the division of finances and property. In the state of Minnesota, these important issues must be decided before a divorce can be final. The law firm of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you navigate the settlement process Read Full Post

How is a divorce granted in Minnesota? Will I have to go to Court?

How is a divorce granted in Minnesota? Will I have to go to Court?If you and your spouse have made the difficult decision to divorce, you may have many questions about the path forward. The logistics of a divorce can be complicated, as you and your soon to be ex-spouse must make many important decisions about your future. You may assume that you will have to go to court in order to settle the terms of your divorce. While this is one option for resolving the terms of your divorce, the Minnesota courts actually encourage couples to first try to settle the disputes related to your divorce using alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services, such as divorce mediation instead of going through the traditional court system. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you determine the best path for you and your divorcing spouse and assist you in the decision Read Full Post

Divorcing Partners Mediation Help

Divorcing PartnersKallemeyn & Kallemeyn provide excellent, reliable mediation support for divorcing partners. In fact, over the course of her career, Lisa Kallemeyn has established an outstanding reputation as a divorce mediator who works toward the best possible solutions for people who are affected by divorce. Lisa will apply her expertise in Minnesota divorce law and turn this expertise into excellent service for divorcing couples who have learned about the benefits of mediated divorce over traditional court-based processes.

Divorce is among the most difficult and least expected experiences in life. It’s right up there with more familiar sources of stress such as the death of a family member, the loss of one’s job, or an unexpected illness. If you and your spouse have decided to get a divorce or if you are expecting to have to confront the reality of divorce soon, it is important to end your divorce in a way that you can move forward in a healthy and positive way. Read Full Post

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