In many areas of divorce law, child custody seems as if it’s a battle. There seems to be a winner and a loser, a right and a wrong. It’s almost as if there is no chance for a grey area. While in some cases this may be true, it doesn’t always have to be. At Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, we put our efforts into a child focused custody agreement and place the needs of the child at the forefront of the decision making process. When a divorce or even a loss happens, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of child custody and legal guardianship. To have custody of a child means that you have a legal obligation to protect, care, and make decisions on their behalf. There are several different subgroups of child custody that can come into play. Read Full Post
Has conflict developed between you and your spouse? Are you going through a divorce or tough breakup where neutral guidance from a third party may be beneficial? If you reside in Blaine, Coon Rapids, Anoka or Andover, MN, our team at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC is your trusted neutral divorce mediator that can help you get to a resolution without involving the court system.
As a Qualified Neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota Rules of Practice, Lisa Kallemeyn has the credentials to back up her mediation services. Over the years, she’s been able to help individuals in Minnesota come to resolution with all sorts of issues tied to a divorce or breakup dating back to 1987. Read Full Post
Lisa Kallemeyn focuses her entire practice on family law and has more than twenty years of experience helping couples in the Blaine, Anoka and Coon Rapids, MN area find a way through the many aspects of a divorce in the healthiest way possible. Lisa understands that every divorce is unique and every family undergoes a huge transition that can be difficult, emotional and trying. Divorce does not always bring out the best in us, but with help and support navigating the process, it can be done in a healthy way. Read Full Post
Handling a child custody battle in the courtroom can be very tough. From the court’s point of view, they want to make sure that the children’s best interests are in play at all times. A child custody battle is not something you can solve overnight in a courtroom. With Minnesota’s family law being so detailed, the court system evaluates all aspects of both parent’s situation to determine what is best for the child. Read Full Post
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