Early Neutral EvaluatorAn 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.  Lisa Kallemeyn of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can complete an ENE for your family and will offer only unbiased opinions about the relative strengths and weaknesses of each of your cases.

Financial Early Neutral Evaluations

We are proud to offer expert legal assistance in the area of Early Neutral Evaluations.  Typically, early neutral evaluations are applied to financial and/or social components.  You can be confident in our knowledge of each component, given the depth of experience Lisa Kallemeyn has with Minnesota divorce law.  This is especially important, and an immediate concern for most divorcing couples, when applied to Financial Early Neutral Evaluations.  All married couples generate a unique financial history together, regardless of how much or how little wealth they accumulate.  Your financial profile will take its unique shape based on a number of variables.  These include the amount of debt you have incurred, the kind and number of accounts you have together, your purchase history, etc.  The court system may decide that your situation requires an early neutral evaluation of your financial situation.  Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is deemed to be a qualified neutral evaluator, which means that we can fulfill the expectations of the court.

Social Early Neutral Evaluations

Social Early Neutral Evaluation pertains to questions of child custody.  The court can determine that it is necessary to have a qualified neutral evaluator work with you to determine the best way to answer questions of child custody and visitation schedules.  Our social early neutral evaluation process helps to determine your ability to resolve difficult questions that affect your children.  These questions typically relate to who will have custody of your children, and how often (and sometimes if) the non-custodial parent will spend time with your children.  The Early Neutral Evaluation is designed to provide with the support of a qualified neutral third-party to help you and your divorcing spouse reach resolution more easily.

Qualified Early Neutral Evaluation

We are here to help you reach that resolution more quickly and efficiently so that you can move on to the next chapter of your life with confidence.  Give us a call at (763) 427-5131 we will be happy to answer your questions about qualified early neutral evaluations.