The law firm of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm serves Coon Rapids, Blaine, Anoka, and many other Minnesota communities. We offer depth of experience and expertise in a wide variety of matters of law, and we specialize in multiple areas including estate planning, probate law, real estate law and family law, including divorce. Lisa Kallemeyn has devoted her entire career to her family law practice so if you are in need of a divorce attorney, and are looking for an experienced, capable and compassionate attorney, we can help. Read Full Post
If you and your partner have decided to move forward with a divorce, you may wonder what your options are for settling important (and difficult) issues such as division of assets, property and debt, child and spousal support payments and the development of a fair and reasonable child custody arrangement. Most couples explore the two most common options for settling a divorce and decide which best meets their needs. The court system is the traditional mechanism for settling divorce and is particularly useful if conflict is high and compromise is unlikely. Mediation is an alternative and highly effective method that can work for couples who are able to solve some problems on their own and do not want to spend significant time and resources on a court battle. The law firm of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn offers couples in the Coon Rapids, Ham Lake, Anoka and Andover, MN both options for settling a divorce. Read Full Post
Are you in need of a Minnesota real estate attorney? With knowledge that knows no bounds, Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you with both residential and commercial properties in the Anoka County, MN area. Whether you are looking for an attorney for land development or seeking help with transaction related real estate, Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is dedicated to helping you find solutions to difficult problems.
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We have all heard the statistic–50% of marriages end in divorce. This statistic is actually just a bit off, if you look closely at the research on divorce, you will find that this number is slightly below 50% for first marriages and slightly higher for second or third marriages. However, there is no debate about the fact that divorces are complicated, emotional and sometimes extremely difficult for both parties. In addition to grieving the loss of your marriage, you and your spouse must make decisions about dividing…
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