The law firm of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn serves the communities of Anoka, Blaine, Andover, Ham Lake, Champlin, Coon Rapids, and many others in Minnesota. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn offers mediation services for couples and families who are experiencing divorce and/or other issues that may be improved by mediation. More and more, courts are recommending that divorcing couples employ mediation before proceeding through the court system. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn offers divorce mediation—in Andover, the law firm’s Qualified Neutral (an earned status under Rule 114 of Minnesota’s rules of practice) is Lisa Kallemeyn. Lisa is an exceptionally well-trained mediator with great sensitivity to the complex dynamics and often unpredictable components of family issues. Lisa is also a family lawyer so she has experience in law and mediation that she can lend to your situation.

Mediation Process, MN

When you work with Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn’s divorce mediator, you will find that the staff provides you with confidence through their professionalism, insight, creativity, and overall experience. A little reassurance during a very difficult time in your life can go a long way to helping you see the light at the end of the tunnel. The divorce mediation services offered by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn are confidential, which means that you can enter the process with great confidence that your case will be dealt with honestly, forthrightly, and with ultimate confidentiality. The mediation process can be completed with or without attorneys, depending on your preference. The team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can serve as your attorney OR your mediator, but can serve both functions in the same case.

All mediation, whether it is limited to two members of a divorcing couple or involves other members of the family, including children, is a voluntary process. For example, if you use Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn as your divorce mediation service, but your spouse does not want to go along with your decision, Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn will provide you with a letter that certifies you met your obligations related to participating in mediation, but that your spouse chose not to. Mediation is a voluntary process, which means that neither member of the couple can be forced to participate in the process. Another advantage of mediated divorce, as well as other mediation services, is that it tends to be noticeably less expensive than other, more traditional divorce procedures.

Experienced Divorce Mediator

If you choose to enter into mediation with Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, a first assumption that will be made by the law firm is that the fees will be equally split by the divorcing parties. If the couple wishes to create another arrangement, they will simply have to work with the law firm in order to agree on details of payment. The Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn team understands that any divorce or family issue that requires mediation is bound to be very stressful. The experience and professionalism of our staff will help to minimize the pain and stress that inevitably occurs with the divorce process. Call us at (763) 427-5131 for more information.