Child custody issues are some of the most complex and difficult to sort out during and after a divorce. Parents must face the new reality that they will not see their kids as much as when the entire family lived together and this is difficult. Child custody issues do not end once the divorce papers are finalized. In fact, as children age, they begin to have their own opinions about who they spend their time with. This can create further conflict, hard feelings and strain on the relationships. Read Full Post
Divorce is complicated and if you have children, it can be extremely difficult to find solutions for how your kids will spend their time with each parent. Many parents have a really tough time seeing their children less after a divorce is final. Child custody issues can cause significant conflict between a divorcing couple and finding a legal team that can represent your interests is an important step to moving forward toward a solution. If you live in Blaine, Anoka, or Coon Rapids, Minnesota, and you have questions about a child-custody issue, contact the legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn. We have extensive experience in all issues pertaining to child custody and will be happy to lend it to you and your unique circumstances. Read Full Post
The decision to end a marriage is never an easy one. It can take months or sometimes years to come to the realization that the two of you may be better off separating than staying together. Divorce is fairly common in our society and is commonly regarded as one of the most stressful and emotional times in life. One important aspect of a divorce settlement is determining a fair and equitable division of property. The law firm of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you and your divorcing spouse navigate property division as well as the other important issues such as child custody and child support. Our team understands how difficult this time is and will use our legal knowledge and experience to find the best possible solution for you and your family. Read Full Post
Lisa Kallemeyn focuses her entire practice on family law and has more than twenty years of experience helping couples in the Blaine, Anoka and Coon Rapids, MN area find a way through the many aspects of a divorce in the healthiest way possible. Lisa understands that every divorce is unique and every family undergoes a huge transition that can be difficult, emotional and trying. Divorce does not always bring out the best in us, but with help and support navigating the process, it can be done in a healthy way. Read Full Post
Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm provides contested divorce representation for people who live in Coon Rapids, Anoka, Blaine, Andover, Ham Lake, and many other communities in Minnesota. We are a trusted law firm that offers a full menu of divorce law services. You can count on our team to represent your interests before, during, and after your divorce. As legal professionals focused in the area of divorce law, we consider it our professional obligation to help you understand the most important points about the various processes associated with your divorce. The majority of us enter into marriage without ever considering that we could end up in a divorce proceeding. As a result, most of us know very little about the various divorce process. If you are in the early stages of a contested divorce, our team can help you navigate this difficult process. Read Full Post
“Paternity” is defined as the “legal” father of a child. As the legal father, he is obliged to financially support that child until the child reaches adulthood at the age of eighteen. In some cases, the father may have to request a court appearance to schedule parenting time and custody of the child.
In the state of Minnesota, when the child is born and the father is present during the birth, it is at that time, both parents will have signed a Recognition of Parentage. Recognition of Parentage establishes paternity for the purposes of child support. Unless ordered by the Court, the father has no legal binding rights to that child. When a parenting plan is reached between the two parents, it is then in the hands of the Court until the agreement is apart of the Court order. Read Full Post