If you find yourself in a situation where your former spouse has fallen behind on his/her spousal support payments for any reason, you may want to seek legal support to ensure that the problem is addressed quickly and appropriately. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn specializes in family law and can help you sort out any issue related to spousal support payments. Falling behind on spousal support payments is not something that should be ignored. It needs to be addressed before the problem gets worse. Read Full Post
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If you are in the middle of a divorce, you may be feeling overwhelmed both emotionally and financially and it may be very difficult to see how to navigate the process in a healthy way for your family. The Minnesota courts strongly recommend an Alternative Dispute Resolution to settle the important terms of your divorce rather than proceed through the traditional litigation process. Divorce mediation is a highly effective way to settle issues like child custody, division of property and assets Read Full Post
Eminent domain is the term used to describe the government’s right to seize privately owned property to used for the public good. If you have received notice from your county government that it intends to seize your property for payment, it is likely that you are feeling inconvenienced, perhaps even blindsided and overwhelmed. In the event that you have received such a notice, you should know first that you have rights. You have the right to argue your case before the court, and if this is the route you choose to take, it is in your best interest to have legal representation that inspires confidence.
Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn understands Minnesota law as it pertains to eminent domain and we can help you
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If you share children and have made the very difficult decision to divorce, it is important to understand that the lives of you and your former spouse will forever be intricately connected because of your kids. Signing your divorce papers may be the official end to your marriage, but it is just the beginning of a new phase of your relationship – co-parenting. Co-parenting is the act of sharing all of the duties of parenting your children, after a couple has separated or divorced. Co-parenting can last for many years, depending on the age of your children and, as you might expect, can be complicated as you and your former spouse may not always agree Read Full Post
Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC, provides comprehensive divorce legal services for our clients. One important component of those services is making modifications to child-custody agreements after divorces have been finalized. The stress of divorce can make it difficult to think far enough ahead to account potential issues that might come up requiring changes to your child support agreement. Once you realize that you need a modification and are inclined to feel stressed by uncertainty about how to proceed Read Full Post
An Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) is a process that can provide divorcing parents clarity about the social and financial components of divorce. When the process is conducted by a qualified neutral evaluator, early neutral evaluation can be a catalyst for negotiation and settlement of remaining questions between you and your divorcing spouse. The role of the qualified neutral evaluator is to facilitate discussion that leads to resolution of the issues that remain between you and your divorcing spouse. Read Full Post
Navigating the divorce process can be extremely difficult. Emotion is high and conflict between you and your divorcing spouse may be even higher. Settling a divorce including dividing property, assets and debts, developing a custody agreement (also known as a parenting plan) and determining whether child and/or spousal support is necessary. Partnering with a strong divorce attorney can help you get through the process so that you can move forward with your life. The team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn has extensive experience in family law Read Full Post
The inevitability of life transitions means that situations are likely to arise at some point in your life that require legal assistance. Matters involving estates, power of attorney, wills, living trusts, and other similar issues can be extremely complicated and easy to put off until you really need them. If you are looking for an affordable and top probate attorney in Anoka County Minnesota, Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn provide exceptional legal assistance in matters reguarding probate law. Charles Kallemeyn is one of the most respected attorney’s in Anoka County. Read Full Post
Adopting a child is an extremely major life event for many families. You may decide adoption is the best choice for you and your family for many different reasons – you may be a single parent who wants to have a child, a stepparent who wants to adopt, a same sex couple, or you may have struggled with infertility or a medical condition you would rather not pass along to a biological child. No matter what drove you to this important decision, when it is time to complete the process Read Full Post
When it comes time to address issues of estates and trusts, you want to know that the attorney handling your case is competent, professional, trustworthy, and invested in your interests. We believe that our law firm, Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, has the best probate attorney available to residents of Anoka County, Minnesota.
As your probate attorney, we help to prepare for the settlement of debts and the distribution of assets Read Full Post