Can I Get Divorced OnlineIn the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, state and local stay at home orders and intensifying social distancing recommendations, many things about our lives have changed in a matter of weeks. However, some parts of our lives continue. For example, if you and your spouse have decided it is time to end your marriage, you may wonder whether you are able to continue the divorce process online. Minnesota and Wisconsin courts have been very clear about this – you can still file for divorce in both states online. In Minnesota, if you need a hearing, it can be completed with a virtual conference and in Wisconsin, hearings are conducted by phone through the month of April. Lesa Koski is a local divorce attorney and divorce mediator who has transitioned her divorce support services online to help couples during this uncertain time.

Virtual Divorce Services in MN and WI

Lesa Koski serves couples in the Minnesota and Wisconsin area. She brings her strong communication skills and background in divorce law to each and every case. Lesa can help you no matter what stage of the process you are in. She conducts divorce mediation sessions online as well so that you can settle the terms of your divorce without having to worry about a court battle. Lesa understands the stress of divorce and the stress of this unique period of time. She can help lessen this stress of the process so that you can begin to see a path forward with your life.

There are many important benefits of divorce mediation in addition to the fact that it can be handled virtually. It also costs less than the traditional court process, takes less time and generally reduces the overall conflict between the two parties, rather than increasing it. You can settle all types of issues including division of your joint property (house, cars, etc.), custody of your kids and whether spousal or child support is necessary in your case.

Settling Your Divorce Online During COVID-19

It may seem a bit odd to think about settling your divorce online, but for many it can be a huge relief to know that this can move forward, even when many other aspects of our lives are currently on hold. If you have questions about the process of settling your divorce online, contact Lesa Koski at 651-214-5057. Lesa will be happy to answer any questions and walk you through the entire process.