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Divorce Attorney For Couples Who Want To Dissolve Their Marriage Amicably

Divorce Attorney For Couples | MN Family and Divorce LawyerWhere do you turn when your marriage is coming to an end? You do not have to navigate the marriage emotionally trying dissolution process on your own. There are numerous factors to consider when the marital situation involves children, property, assets, a business or debt. These and other important issues must be handled carefully in order to protect the physical and financial security of each spouse and child. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn provides excellent representation on behalf of divorcing couples. Read Full Post

Real Estate Contract Attorney Anoka County

Real Estate Contract Attorney Anoka County | Real Estate Lawyer MNReal estate contracts are complicated and are often written in a way that most lay people do not understand. It is important for anyone without a background in real estate law to seek the assistance of a qualified real estate contract attorney to ensure that the contract(s) they are signing match the expectations and verbal terms of agreement. Charles Kallemeyn, of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn PLLC, specializes in real estate law and can help protect your interests when it comes to real estate contracts.
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Real Estate Attorney Hennepin County, Minnesota

Real Estate Attorney Hennepin County, MinnesotaFinding a good real estate attorney can be the difference between a smooth transaction and a stressful, anxiety-ridden nightmare. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn provide steady, informed, and professional real estate legal services. Even simple real estate purchases and sales can quickly become more complicated because of unforeseen circumstances, or difficult communication. Charles kallemeyn, of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, has earned a stellar reputation because of his commitment to professionalism, ethics, and keen understanding of Minnesota real estate law. Read Full Post

Is Probate Necessary in Minnesota?

Anoka County Probate AttorneyThe main reason for probate for most Minnesota estates  is to transfer solely owned real estate, other assets with a title such as stock, mutual funds, vehicles, personal property, and anything that doesn’t have a designated beneficiary. If you have questions about whether or not you need to enter the probate process to settle an estate after someone has died, the legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is eager to help you. We are experts in matters of probate law and can provide you with the information you need. Read Full Post

How do Mechanics Liens Work in Minnesota

Minnesota Mechanics Lien Attorney Anoka CountyAs a subcontractor or general contractor, there’s more to your job than being good at what you do every day. Like it or not, there’s always paperwork, and some of the most tedious paperwork is involved in filing mechanic’s liens. These documents are crucial to ensuring you’re paid in certain circumstances, and you must make sure they’re filed correctly the first time around. If not, you may not be able to collect your payment on time. In extreme circumstances, incorrectly filed mechanic’s liens can also lead to lengthy lawsuits. This will not only keep you from collecting your money but also force you to spend time and possibly more money in the process. At Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn, we can help if you’re looking for help with mechanic’s liens claim filing in MN. Read Full Post

Probate Lawyer Anoka MN

charles-kallemeyn law firm MNThinking about your own death, or the death of a loved one is difficult at best.  It is for this exact reason that more than 50% of adults in our country do not have a will.  However, understanding the legal process after death can be made easier by partnering with a law firm who can guide you through the estate planning, will creation or probate process with ease, support and compassion.  Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is a leading probate lawyer in Anoka County, MN with decades of experience helping individuals and families with estate planning or managing the probate process after a loved one’s death.

Do You Need a Probate Attorney?

When a loved one dies, there are often many questions about how a person’s assets will be distributed and debts paid, how long this will take and and how much the process will cost. Read Full Post

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