by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn | Aug 28, 2018 | Attorney for Divorce Mediation, Family Law & Divorce
If you and your divorcing spouse have decided to pursue divorce mediation to settle your divorce rather than proceeding through the courts, you have many choices when it comes to picking your mediator. How do you choose a mediator that will be a good fit for you? One of the most important factors for the success of the mediation process is finding someone that you trust and that you connect with. Being comfortable with your divorce mediator allows you to open up in an honest and real way, which encourages both parties to find long term solutions that will work. Read Full Post
by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn | May 23, 2018 | Attorney for Divorce Mediation, Divorce Mediation, Divorce Mediator, Family Law & Divorce, LGBT Friendly Law Firm MN, Uncontested Divorce Support
Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn provide excellent, reliable mediation support for divorcing partners. In fact, over the course of her career, Lisa Kallemeyn has established an outstanding reputation as a divorce mediator who works toward the best possible solutions for people who are affected by divorce. Lisa will apply her expertise in Minnesota divorce law and turn this expertise into excellent service for divorcing couples who have learned about the benefits of mediated divorce over traditional court-based processes.
Divorce is among the most difficult and least expected experiences in life. It’s right up there with more familiar sources of stress such as the death of a family member, the loss of one’s job, or an unexpected illness. If you and your spouse have decided to get a divorce or if you are expecting to have to confront the reality of divorce soon, it is important to end your divorce in a way that you can move forward in a healthy and positive way. Read Full Post
by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn | May 3, 2018 | Child Custody MN, Child Support, Divorce Attorney, Family Law & Divorce, Family Law Attorney
Family law includes a wide range of legal issues including divorce, child custody, child support, adoption issues, step-parent adoption, and grandparents rights. Family law issues are by nature sensitive and personal because they focus on issues that involve your children, your family and your marriage. If you find yourself in need of legal support for a family law issue that is affecting you and your loved ones, consider partnering with Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn, PLLC. Our team can help you through this difficult time by providing traditional divorce legal services or Divorce mediation services, depending on what best meets your Divorce situation needs. Read Full Post
by Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn | Mar 15, 2018 | Divorce Attorney, Family Law & Divorce, Family Law Attorney, Property and Debt Division
One important aspect of divorce that can sneak up on a divorcing couple is the division of property and debt. On one hand, dividing debt and property is central to our understanding of divorce, but on the other hand, it tends to be dealt with only after the more interpersonal dynamics have been addressed and conflict is high. But dividing debt and property is not only a symbolic representation of divorce; it can serve as the mechanism that provides finality to a couple’s decision to divorce. Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can help you prepare for all aspects of your divorce, and our team has the expertise and experience to help you work through the potentially difficult tasks associated with property and debt division.
Equitable Division of Property in a Divorce
In a divorce, it is natural to think about which of you will take sole possession of the items you have accumulated as a couple. Read Full Post
by Minnesota Law Team | Sep 5, 2017 | Divorce Attorney, Family Law & Divorce, General Law
There is no denying how difficult divorce is for every single member of a family. Regardless of the root of the issues or the family dynamic at play, a divorce is one of the most painful life experiences for everyone involved. Children are impacted by divorce in unique and pervasive ways and may have difficult questions to ask, feelings to process, concerns to convey…
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