If you are the executor of a loved one’s will, you may very well need to hire the services of a probate lawyer. Finalizing an estate and distributing the assets is complicated and getting advice from a legal expert who understands state law can make the process much smoother. Charles Kallemeyn, of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn specializes in probate law and can help you determine, first, if you need a probate and, if so, can work with you to complete this process efficiently and quickly so that you can find closure and move on with your life. Charles Kallemeyn has more than two decades of experience in probate law and serves the communities of Coon Rapids, Blaine and Anoka, MN. Read Full Post
Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC, provides residents of Coon Rapids, Anoka, Blaine, and many other towns and cities in Minnesota with the essential experience and expertise in probate law. When you suffer the loss of a relative, you experience a swirl of emotions, which are usually combined with the imposing legal realities that go along with settling your loved-one’s estate. The stress added to your life can be lessened, however, if you know you have a competent, experienced legal representative to help you. And we at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn believe that we can provide you with exactly the kind of legal representation you need. Read Full Post
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
When you find yourself in need of a law firm to help you navigate a difficult legal issue, you are likely to have many questions and concerns about the legal process. In fact, many who seek legal counsel do so out of need, not because they are seeking out legal conflict. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is an experienced, local and reputable legal team that serves the Blaine, Coon Rapids and Andover, MN area, offering compassionate and competent legal support for a wide variety of issues. Our goal in each case is to listen to your story, develop a legal plan that you are comfortable with and help you and your family move forward as quickly as possible. Read Full Post
Are you looking for a professional probate attorney in Coon Rapids, Blaine, Anoka, Andover or Ham Lake, MN? Are you looking for more information on what a probate attorney does to decide whether you need or want a probate attorney? At Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn, we can help answer any questions you have about probate attorneys, including what probate attorneys do, how you could benefit from a probate attorney as an executor or a beneficiary of a will, what the probate process includes, and more. Whether you’ve already decided to work with a probate attorney or are still considering your options, we’re here to help make your choice easier and more informed. Read Full Post
For many individuals, writing a will is the most appropriate option to allow them to express their wishes about the distribution of assets. In more complex estates or when special circumstances apply, a comprehensive estate plan may include a variety of instruments, including powers of attorney, a living will, trusts and a pour-over will.
There are many times people feel upset about the way a Will has been written, and this usually occurs when someone is unhappy with the way an estate is to be paid out under a Will. Not just anyone can contest a Will, for example you cannot be a concerned friend that decides to contest a Will, you have to be a part of an interested party, meaning you would have inherited from our loved one if there was no will or you are a beneficiary of the will. Read Full Post