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 Counties. Christine is the proud single parent of three sons and has been an active volunteer for the Chanhassen Athletic Association, and various sports organizations in the southwest metro.
Christine is also a mediator in Summit County, Colorado. She is a member of the Colorado Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and a volunteer at the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center.
Christine helps clients to find their peace in their divorce and build their strength. As an experienced mediator, she recognizes the benefits of divorce mediation for families. But she also believes that finding peace does not mean becoming a doormat or letting a spouse take advantage during the divorce process. She has successfully handled many divorces involving high conflict people.
Christine is a Minnesota CLE Faculty Member and taught “How to Succeed in Mediation.” She also authored a feature article in Bench and Bar entitled “Eyes Wide Open; Optimizing Outcomes in Mediation” as well as an article in the attorney newsletter “Hearsay” entitled “How to Succeed at Your First Mediation.”
In addition to her work representing individual clients, Christine has served on several non-profit organization boards and has done extensive fund raising and grant writing. Christine’s passion is empowering others to succeed in every capacity.
Contact Christine Callahan with your questions about divorce, mediation, or other family law issues.