Dividing the time spent with your children is one of the most difficult aspects of a divorce settlement. This is a huge adjustment for both parents as well as the children as it represents a significant change in the daily life. Developing a child support agreement is never easy and often creates conflict between the divorcing parents. Lesa Koski understands the emotional difficulties associated with creating a child support agreement Read Full Post »
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If you have a child custody agreement with your former spouse and need to change it for any reason, Lesa Koski can help. Contracts of any kind are bound to cause people to believe that they cannot be modified, but the truth is that they can. Divorced couples sometimes even agree on how to modify their custody agreements. Whether you and your former spouse are in agreement or in conflict over the current state of your custody agreement Read Full Post »
For divorced or divorcing parents with children, an important consideration as you navigate this big transition is how to create a successful plan for co-parenting your children. It is not a matter to be taken lightly, and an effective agreement that allows for both parents to feel comfortable and confident can be achieved with the assistance of a qualified, talented, and insightful mediator like Lesa Koski.
If you have children, you certainly understand that your divorce will have a significant impact on the children. Lesa Koski can guide you and your ex through the divorce and co-parenting process minimizing the stressful impacts of divorce on your children. Read Full Post »
When you have a child, your life changes dramatically in many different ways. One of the most powerful changes is the love that you feel for your child and the connection you develop with your partner. Even if the two of you decide to separate or divorce, your children will always connect you. In addition, your relationship will shift from your marriage to a co-parenting relationship. Read Full Post »
If you see divorce on the horizon and have children, it is important to understand that you are not alone. Millions of children under the age of 18 live in a single-parent household. Working with MN Family Law Attorney, Lesa Koski can give you the confidence that your rights are being protected and that the welfare of your children are a high priority. Your family situation may be best resolved with an agreement for temporary custody, joint custody or primary physical custody of the child/children. Disagreements on child custody, spousal maintenance or child support can be worked out in court or through mediation. Read Full Post »
If you and your partner are separating after being together for several years, you’ll likely face the challenge of splitting up your property fairly, including assets and debts acquired during your partnership. In addition, if there are children involved, a separation can become even more complicated, making it difficult for unmarried couples to reach an agreement about child support, child custody, housing, and more. Read Full Post »