If you are going through a divorce, or if you are in the early stages of considering a divorce, you will have to think about how to divide property and debt equitably before your divorce becomes final. The divorce process is complex and difficult to navigate, but we at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn have the expertise to help you manage the many complexities that are involved in finalizing a divorce. One such area, which many people are inclined to overlook, is property and debt division. We are experts in divorce law and have helped many people from Blaine, Coon Rapids, Andover, and other cities in Minnesota get through the difficulty of divorce.
Divide Property and Debt Equitably
Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn has earned a highly positive reputation by serving clients in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area, and we have done so because we care about the people who seek our legal help. If you have been married for any length of time, you have almost certainly acquired property and/or incurred debt. Divorcing means that responsibility for and ownership of those things need to be divided fairly and equitably.
We work hard to ensure that you emerge from the process intact, whole, and ready to move on to the next chapter of your life. You can feel a reduction in stress by allowing us to help you divide your debt and property. A natural reaction to the decision to divorce is to think about who will get the car, the house, the pets, the jewelry, and other items of monetary value. For many people, the simplest solution is to divide debt and property down the middle.
But that is not always possible. Property that was owned by one of you before you got married may belong exclusively to one of you. Another example of a piece of property that may not be eligible for equal ownership are inheritances and gifts that one of you acquired before your marriage. Most people who are not trained in divorce law will not immediately have access to this information, but we at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn do our part to reduce, if not eliminate, the stress and confusion that goes along with the division of property and debt.
We also take into account all debts and property assets of your marriage. If you and your spouse signed a prenuptial agreement, we will help you interpret it and apply it in the way that it was intended. The same is true for such assets as retirement accounts, 401(k) plans, pensions, and physical property.
Family Law Attorney, MN
Another of our goals is to minimize the disruption that divorce inevitably causes. If you have children, you have that much more incentive to limit the negative impact of your divorce on their lives, and we have proven ourselves to be exceptionally good in representing our clients’ many interests. Contact Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn at 763-427-5131 to speak with a member of our team.