Divorce Mediator MNGoing through a divorce is oftentimes one of the most difficult times in a person’s life. It brings stress, hardship, and many emotions to the table and can be difficult to sort through on your own. When you are going through a divorce you often want to consult with two different people either a Neutral Divorce Mediator, or an attorney and sometimes both. So how do you choose and what is the benefit of a Neutral Divorce Mediator?

Some divorces are more amicable than others, but almost all couples will need to see a divorce mediation to help process your entire divorce in a timely, more mutual and helpful way compared to going directly to litigation. Lesa has more than 15 years of experience working as a mediator and she is ready to work as a neutral party to help achieve peace between the parties and help smooth out bumps in the road. She will help formulate ideas that can help the situation and make the divorce easier for both couples. Contact Lesa for a free 30 minute consultation to see what she can do for you.

It is common for people to think that court is the only option when getting a divorce. Although this is the perception, this is not the only way and is often the lesser of the two. Divorce mediation is actually a more affordable, mutual and beneficial way to help couples that are separating. There are many benefits of a mediated divorce such as:

● Significantly Controls costs, both financially and emotionally
● Opportunity to be creative and address important non-legal issues
● Benefits children by reducing conflict
● Establishes a foundation for effective co-parenting
● Mediated agreements tend to be more satisfying than imposed court orders
● Confidentiality
● Focuses on the present and future, not the past

Today mediation is becoming increasingly popular, in fact, around 89-90% of divorces in Minnesota are settled before they even reach a courtroom. Mediation is so effective that the State of Minnesota requires you to make a good faith effort to settle your divorce through Alternative Dispute resolution (ADR) before appearing in Court.

Mediators help guide couples through difficult conversations, keep the lines of communication open, keep couples on track and make sure to avoid fights and other off-topic conversations while trying to make decisions. Although mediators are not decision makers, they have to possess the skills to help couples through rough patches and set the tone for the conversations. It is wise to interview mediators and select one who respects fairness, understands your unique situation, and helps create solutions that will work for you.

If you are looking for a reputable east metro female divorce attorney then you consider Lesa Koski. She is here for you every step of the way and will guide you during this tough time