Divorce can be an extremely intimidating process for couples. Emotions are high, and you have likely been through a very difficult period in your life. If you share children, you are also probably worried about the impact of a divorce on your kids. The legal team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn understands how difficult the divorce process can be for a family. We work to understand your unique situation and then help you navigate the divorce process in a way that minimizes stress, and that offers you all possible options for resolving your case. Divorce is one large and important area of family law. Lisa Kallemeyn of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn has spent more than two decades working in family law, with couples that have decided that their best path forward is divorce. Read Full Post
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For couples who are unmarried and who have decided to separate, there are still many legal concerns that need to be resolved. It is easy to assume not being married makes the process of separating from your partner simpler. In some cases, that may be accurate, but in most cases there are legal issues that prevail and which require knowledge of the law. Couples who decide to separate may have incurred debt together, accumulated property or other sources of wealth. Those and similar issues require legal support in order to ensure that each person emerges from the separation process with a fair and equitable resolution. And, of course, the most important assets to be addressed are the children that come from that relationship. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn are uniquely qualified to help separating partners and parents understand and get through the complex procedures that are related to separation. Read Full Post
Your marriage has gotten to the turning point, and you feel like there is no other alternative than a divorce. This is a situation that no married couple envisions as they stare at each other up on the altar on their wedding day. Choosing to get a divorce is not as simple as making a quick phone call to get the paperwork going. As a couple, you must decide which path you want to take with your divorce, because once you dive into the nitty gritty of a divorce in court, there is no turning back.
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Divorcing couples are required by law to Openly Disclose all Assets. Some people lie or cheat to hide assets in an attempt to keep the assets to themselves. Each party in the divorce must sign a Financial Affidavit swearing to tell the truth about all Assets, Income, Liabilities and Expenses. Unfortunately, not all parties can resist the temptation to conceal hidden assets to prevent their spouse from receiving a Fair Divorce Settlement.
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