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Help Your Kids Cope with a High-Conflict Parent

If you married a high conflict person, you know how that relationship can rob you of your self-esteem and make you feel like you are losing your sense of reality. Imagining your son or daughter having… Read More
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Focus on a Parenting Plan and Not Custody

In Minnesota there are two kids of custody: legal and physical. Legal custody involves making major life decisions for the children such as where they will live, go to school, what religion they will… Read More
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What is a Parenting Consultant and Do You Really Need One?

KSTP did a short piece this past week on their evening news program which seemed to imply Parenting Consultants are a waste of a client’s money. Interestingly they only spoke to two women and both w… Read More
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High Conflict People and Narcissists

Many people referred to as high conflict people also suffer from personality disorders. One common personality disorder in high conflict people is the Narcissistic Personality Disorder.  Anyone who h… Read More
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Mediating a Parenting Plan in Minnesota: Helpful Tips

Mediation can be faster, less expensive and result in much less animosity than a trial in a divorce with children.  A parenting plan can be created in mediation and the mediator’s role is to help b… Read More
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Family Law Meditation: What to Know Before You Go

Many people going through the divorce process attempt mediation at some point before going to trial. Mediation is a less formal and less expensive process than going to court. Mediation is intended to… Read More
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Categories: Mediation

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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Minnesota Divorce Settlement: When Does it Make Sense?

Settlement in a divorce might sound like someone is not getting everything he/she deserves because someone is “settling”. Quite the contrary, a settlement in a divorce is more likely to be in line… Read More
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Categories: Mediation

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…

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