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Collaborative Divorce Minnesota

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Financial Disputes Settled in an FENE

Child support, spousal maintenance, property division, and business valuations are just some of the financial issues which might need to be settled during a divorce. Parties who are willing to partici… Read More
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SENE in Minnesota (Social Early Neutral Evaluation)

An SENE is a “Social Early Neutral Evaluation”. It is a voluntary process parents may choose to participate in when they disagree about custody or parenting issues. The SENE is used in divorce cas… Read More
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Going to Trial When Settlement Process Isn’t Working

As important as it is to know when to settle, it is important to know when not to settle. Some family law attorneys are so motivated to settle that they may push for a settlement when going to court w… Read More
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A Settlement Doesn’t Mean “Settling for Less” in Minnesota Divorce

Unfortunately some people think the only way they will get what they deserve in a divorce is by going to court.  The problem with going to court is that while the laws are predictable, judges are gra… Read More
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Meet Christine Callahan

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Christine Callahan is an attorney practicing solely in the area of family law across Minnesota. She is also a mediator, a Minnesota Rule 114 qualified neutral, and she is on the Court Rosters of approved Early Neutral Evaluators for Scott and Carver… Read More

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