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After-Divorce Mediation Services

After-Divorce Mediation ServicesIf you know someone who has been through a divorce, you probably know from their experience that divorce may end the legal union of marriage, but it rarely ends a relationship. If you are going through a divorce yourself, you may be about to experience that reality first-hand. Another reality of divorce is that it introduces a kind of stress into your life that can be overwhelming at times. If you are feeling that stress after your divorce has been finalized, you may believe that there is nothing you can do to relieve that stress. It is common for people to convince themselves that the end of a marriage means the end of the stress associated with that marriage. Read Full Post

After Divorce Issues that Come Up

After Divorce Issues that Come UpIn our society, we sometimes use words that create impressions that are not always accurate. A prime example comes from the world of law, where we use such phrases as “finalize the divorce.” From a legal perspective, signing documents may indeed finalize a divorce. But the relationship itself will seldom play by the same set of rules. Relationships are much more fluid than legal processes. Read Full Post

Adoption Attorney in Hennepin County

Adoption Attorney in Hennepin CountyAdoption can be a very special time for a family. Whether you are adopting a child from someone you do not know, have decided to formally adopt a step-child, or have decided to give your child up for adoption, adoption is a loving, longstanding commitment to a child, one that has the power to change their lives forever. The legal side of adoption is a very important element of the adoption process. Partnering with a family lawyer can ensure that all of the necessary legal documents are complete and filed appropriately with the courts so that you can enjoy this special time in the life of your family. Read Full Post

Which is Better a Will or a Living Trust?

Will or Living Trust A will and a living trust are both important documents that can be developed for estate planning. A will outlines how you would like your estate handled in the event of your death. In your will, you can name an executor (whose job it is to execute the terms of your will), name the guardians for your minor children, and make your wishes known about how you would like your property distributed at the time of your death. Read Full Post

Living Trust Attorney

Living Trust Attorney MNIn law, there are many terms that provoke confusion about their meaning, especially to those who do not have a law degree.  There are, however, some exceptions. In the case of trusts, the term describes very well the meaning and the intentions associated with them. A living trust, which can also be known as a revocable trust, is a means of placing assets aside for the benefit of another person; the assets are then transferred to that person upon the death of the person who set the assets aside. Read Full Post

The Best Way to Hold Title to Rental Property in Minnesota

The Best Way to Hold Title to Rental Property in MinnesotaIf you own a rental property in Minnesota and want to hold the title to that property, it is important to know that you have options.  Holding the title to any property—rental or otherwise—can be complicated and you may need legal support to ensure that your rights are protected.  The legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law specializes in all types of real estate law and has a specific expertise in rental property. Rentsl Property concerns are title holding, as well as lease agreements and eviction notices and proccedings. Read Full Post

Inheritance Attorney Andover

Inheritance Attorney AndoverInheritance Law in Minnesota is complicated, and it is bound to be extremely confusing for people who do not possess a law degree.  But the team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn are experts in inheritance law and can help you untangle whatever questions, problems, or issues that you may have.

Minnesota is currently one of a handful of states that imposes an estate tax on top of the estate tax imposed by the federal government. Read Full Post

Hennepin County Probate Attorney

Hennepin County Probate AttorneyThe importance of probate services cannot be overstated, nor should it be overlooked.  It may be tempting to put the necessity of probate services out of your mind, given that it often involves having to come to terms with the death of yourself or a loved-one.  The reality, however, is that there are potentially negative and long-lasting consequences to avoiding the importance of probate services.  Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn PLLC offers excellent probate services and has done so in Hennepin County for more than two decades. Read Full Post

Experienced Estate Attorney

Experienced Estate AttorneyAfter professional expertise, an estate attorney’s experience is the most important factor for providing clients with the results they desire and deserve.  Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn offers our clients both. A strong estate attorney understands how important it is to represent a client’s interests with care, concern for the assets involved, and the fulfillment of wishes about how the clients’ assets will be distributed and reconciled in the future.  We have established a reputation for being strong advocates of our clients’ interests. Read Full Post

Behind on Spousal Support

Behind on Spousal SupportIf 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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