Relationships are difficult. Even couples who work very hard at staying together sometimes discover that it is in their best interests to separate. In such cases, domestic partner and/or unmarried partners may find themselves under greater stress because of the belief that the same kind of services offered to traditionally married couples are not offered to them. Lesa Koski wants to change that. Lesa works with domestic partners as well as married couples to separate in a way that is best for all involved.
Mediation Services for Domestic Partners Who are Separating
Regardless of who you are, or how you identify, or what adjectives are affixed to your relationship, if you and your partner have decided to separate and you need assistance, Lesa Koski is an outstanding resource to provide you with the kind of help you need. If you have children, it is even more important to find a mediation specialist who accepts you for who you are and will prioritize the health, well-being, and long-term interests of your children.
Lesa Koski is an advocate on behalf of people who need help, and her entire professional career is characterized by a dedication to doing all she can to make life easier. As a professional mediator, Lesa has been able to put her helping skills to work in a very focused way. Couples who have made the decision to separate often feel intense stress, confusion, and uncertainty. When those feelings are complicated by the fear that there may be a dearth of assistance available because you have been in a domestic partnership, it is not uncommon for you to feel overwhelmed. However, Lesa Koski has made herself an expert not only in the laws pertaining to domestic partnerships, but also in how to serve people in need of support and advocacy.
Successfully Navigate your Separation
The laws related to married couples and domestic partners have important differences, of course, but there are also areas of overlap. Some domestic partners make the assumption that there are no laws that are designed to serve them, and others will make the assumption that the laws are only designed to do them harm. But neither extreme is true. In all cases, it is important to find an advocate who can clarify the scope and limits of the laws as they relate to domestic partnerships so that the interests of all who are affected by your separation are addressed.
Lesa Koski is an excellent mediator, and she cares deeply about the people she serves. If you and your partner have decided to separate and live in the Woodbury, MN area, call her at (651) 214-5057 and she will be happy to begin a conversation with you.