Divorce is tough on everyone involved. If you share children, this difficulty can feel overwhelming and sometimes even unmanageable. Add in the challenges that COVID-19 has added and you may be wondering how to take a single step forward. Lesa Koski understands the stress, the pressure and the difficulty of divorce, especially when you are concerned about your children. She has developed a Divorcing Together Parenting Plan to help you co-parent successfully, develop an effective and fair parenting plan, all while saving you time and money.
Creating A Successful Parenting Plan
Divorce may be the end of your marriage, but if you have children, it is just the start of a brand new phase of your relationship. You will still need to work together to make decisions about your kids, work together on how to share custody, and work together to sort out the best way to support your children financially. There is no denying that your kids are the most important consideration when thinking about your divorce. Lesa can help you craft a plan that is workable and will help your entire family heal.
The Divorce Together Parenting Plan is self-directed so you can complete it at your own pace. We understand that your schedule is busy, and you may or may not have time to complete the plan all at once. You can be confident that you will not forget any important aspects of the process as you move forward. Every divorce is different, and all family dynamics are different. Your parenting plan can be developed to meet your unique needs and circumstances. Spending time during the divorce process to refine your parenting plan so that you are set up for success for many years to come.
Navigate Your Divorce With Less Stress
Lesa Koski specializes in divorce mediation services and one of the most important aspects of this work is helping couples with their parenting plan. Lesa is both a mediator and a lawyer, so she brings experience, skill and knowledge to the process to help her clients navigate the difficult waters of divorce with less stress and difficulty. This work is Lesa’s passion, and she works to build your trust and confidence. She encourages open and honest communication, which generally empowers the two parties to find ways to compromise and make decisions that are in the best interest of the children. If you would like more information about Lesa Koski’s Divorcing Together Parenting Plan, call us at 651-214-5057 or email email@example.com