Spousal Maintenance refers to funds paid from one spouse to the other following dissolution of marriage. Interpretation of Minnesota law regarding spousal support, also referred to as alimony, is primarily left up to the presiding judge. This is a valid reason to get help from a Licensed Minnesota Attorney who has experience with MN Spousal Support laws. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can meet with you to discuss your individual situation to assess whether your divorce meets the criteria for spousal maintenance.Read Full Post
Family law encompasses many different issues including divorce, adoption, custody and abuse. It is a unique field of law in that it deals with extremely sensitive, personal matters and a court ruling directly impacts the day to day lives of an entire family. Partnering with a family law attorney that understands the complexities, emotions and sensitivities of your case is critical to getting the legal representation that you need. Lisa Kallemeyn of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn specializes in family law in Anoka County, MN and can help you and your family navigate many difficult issues including: Read Full Post
There are times in life that you will need legal guidance to ensure that you are making the right decision and to ensure that you are protected. Whether you need a legal representative in court, or you need a will written, it is important to have a legal practice on your side that you can count on. Partner with Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn Law Firm for all of your legal needs. With over 20 years experience serving as a Minnesota lawyer, our attorneys have seen it all when it comes to legal issues and concerns. Read More →
The law firm of Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn is an excellent source of support for you if you have made the decision to seek a divorce from your spouse. If you have children together, Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn have the depth of experience and expertise in matters of divorce to help you feel hopeful and capable of moving on with your life. Even more important, Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you and your parenting partner do what is in the best interests of your child or children, specifically as it relates to child support and child custody.
Most people agree that children deserve to be protected from the worst aspects of divorce—the fighting, the contempt, the disdain that can often be present between the members of a divorcing couple. Children absorb a great deal of the negativity and stress that can be created in adult relationships, even when they do not have the intellectual capacity to understand it. And lacking the psychological resiliency to respond to it, children absorb their parents’ negativity and create potentially harmful habits for dealing with conflict in their own lives. Read Full Post
Family law includes all issues related to a divorce including child custody, the development of parenting plans, child support, division of property (assets and debts) and even other less traditional issues like the rights of grandparents after a marriage has ended and the rights of step-parents in adoption matters. Read Full Post