The Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm offers not just expert divorce mediation and family law services, but can help you draft and develop child-focused custody and parenting time agreements. If you are at any stage of the divorce process and you have children, you already realize that they will be affected by the changes occurring as a result of your divorce. To minimize the impact of those changes, you will need the help of an advocate who will work to ensure the well-being of your children. Our team can help you in a number of ways and when it comes to helping you resolve your divorce in a way that protects your children, we stand out because of our commitment to making our processes child-focused.
Developing a Custody and Parenting Time Agreement
As you navigate the divorce process, you will likely spend time identifying the most effective ways to manage the time that you and your soon to be ex-spouse spend with your children. You will want to consider whether joint legal custody will work for your situation, or whether you may need to seek sole legal custody. The court is always Read Full Post
It would be convenient if there were a one-size-fits-all solution to divorce. If you would walk into a courtroom, tell a judge what you want, and get it, that would make so many lives so much easier. Unfortunately, although there are ways to make divorce simpler through mediation, there’s no way to make it completely free of complications or questions. And that includes when determining alimony. When you’re trying to figure out how much spousal support you’ll likely pay or be paid in a divorce, there isn’t a quick divorce calculator you can use. Alimony is based on several factors, and there are several types of alimony, as well. At Kallemeyn and Kallemeyn, our Coon Rapids, MN divorce lawyers are Minnesota spousal maintenance experts, and we can help you understand just what to expect during your divorce. 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