Going through a divorce is oftentimes one of the most challenging times in a person’s life. It is usually paired with heavy emotions and complicated issues such as child custody and separating assets. Although divorce isn’t uncommon, it doesn’t make it any easier, and when you are going through a hard time, it is good to have a third person mediator to help the process move forward in a smoother manner.
Lesa Koski is a female divorce mediator outside of Woodbury Minnesota, who became interested in mediation more than 15 years ago while going to law school. When you work with Lesa she is here to provide you with the help you need to make your divorce stress-less and pain free. When you work with Lesa she helps communication, trust, and compromise. When you meet with her, you will find a caring, sympathetic ear that listens and you can trust. And that’s the beauty of divorce mediation: you can find someone who meshes with you.
Family Law Mediator
A family law mediator is a neutral party that is specially trained to help couples resolve the issues in their divorce. Mediators facilitate the communication between the parties by making sure each party is given an uninterrupted time to speak, and the lines of communication stay open. Furthermore, the mediator also provides information about the legal system, how issues may be viewed by lawyers or judges, and what alternatives there are for solving issues.
Mediation Support For A Divorce
Oftentimes, people believe that their case is too difficult to mediate. No case is too complicated to mediate, however sometimes it is necessary for each party to consult with outside experts such as accountants, appraisers, financial planners and attorneys during the process. It is fairly rare to agree on all but one or two issues, but even if that is the case mediation is seldom wasted. An agreement can be prepared on all settled issues, and the parties can either litigate the remaining issues or take further time to think about them and come back to mediation.
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.
When you are looking for a female divorce mediator in Woodbury, Lesa is here for you. She has the years of experience and the compassion to make your divorce move forward in ease.