Finding Yourself after a DivorceThe law firm of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC, is committed to helping you make it through your divorce as easily as possible, and with the greatest possible chance of healing quickly and moving on with your life.  But Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, a family law attorney, also understands that divorce can be extremely difficult, time-consuming, stressful, and painful.  Healing and moving on with your lives may take time and great effort, but with the assistance of a qualified attorney, the light at the end of the tunnel may soon become visible.

If you are approaching a divorce from your spouse and you have children together, the chances are good that you will want (or be compelled) to reach agreement on custody (also known as visitation) and parenting time with your spouse.  Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn has many years of experience working with families to create parenting time agreements and find ways to compromise rather that battle in court.  Lisa Kallemeyn has focused her practice on family law for more than 20 years and offers services to those seeking mediation or who wish to navigate the process through the traditional court system.

Child Custody And Parenting Time Information Form

In order to begin the process of determining custody and parenting time agreements, Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn will ask you to complete a child custody and parenting time informational form.  It is a six-page questionnaire that requests a variety of personal information from you and your spouse.  Completion of the form allows Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn to learn more about you, your spouse, and your children, and provides them with information to better understand your family’s situation so that their approach can best match your needs.

The first section of the form asks for simple demographic information, and includes a space for each of your gross and take-home incomes.  This information goes toward helping you make the best possible financial choices for your children.  The next page asks for more information about children in your family, both from your relationship and from previous relationships.  There is also a section on page 2 that asks for information about any criminal history that you and/or your spouse have.  You will be asked to sign at the bottom of this section in order to verify that the information you’ve provided is accurate.

The second half of the questionnaire requests more specific information about your monthly expenditures.  This section is detailed and requires attention to specifics, but again, it is requested so that you can make informed choices that are in the best interests of your children.  Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn will assess the information you provide and work with you to make the best possible agreements for all who are affected by your divorce.

Partnering With a Family Law Attorney MN

Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn understands the complexities of divorce and can help you navigate the process feeling supported and informed.  If you would like to learn more about our family law services, call (763) 427-5131 to speak with a member of our team.