Family Law Mediation Qualified Neutral

Divorce/Family Law Firm Court battles are long, expensive, emotionally taxing and generally tend to increase the adversarial nature of any conflict. And, issues that come up in family law cases are already extremely emotionally charged for all involved, meaning that court battles can become even more contentious and divisive. More and more families are turning to mediation as a tool to solve issues such as divorce, child custody issues, child support, division of property, grandparents rights and other family law cases. Lisa Kallemeyn, of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, is an experienced mediator and a Qualified Neutral under Rule 114 of the MN Rules of Practice. She can help you and your family sort out all types of difficult issues and find common ground and resolution that allows all of you to move forward in a positive and healthy way. Read Full Post

Family Law Mediation

In Minnesota, family law mediation is becoming a very popular and effective option for navigating the divorce process.  Only just a few years ago, proceeding through the traditional court system was a divorcing couple’s only real option for settling a divorce.  Mediation now offers an alternative that can cost less and minimize the time (and energy) that is spent finalizing the divorce.  Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn of Coon Rapids, MN has a family law mediator on staff who can help you and your partner find resolution on such issues as child custody, child support and distribution of property including assets and debts.  Lisa Kallemeyn has more than 20 years of experience as a Qualified Neutral under Rule 114 of the MN Rules of Practice and has worked closely with clients in the Coon Rapids, Anoka, Blaine, Andover and Ham Lake areas. Read Full Post

Family Law Attorney Coon Rapids, Minnesota

Divorce & Family Mediation MNIt is a common misconception that all divorce proceedings that involve attorneys translate to long, protracted, and bitter court battles. Until we have experienced something as significant as divorce, though, our perceptions are shaped by the extremes that dominate our various landscapes—social media, television shows, movies, etc. Read Full Post