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Western Wisconsin Divorce Help

Western Wisconsin Divorce HelpThere are many well known facts about divorce that you have likely heard throughout your life – that may become much more salient once you are facing one yourself. One of the most well known divorce fact is that nearly 50% of all marriages end in divorce. The average age for couples to divorce for the first time is 30 years old and in the US there is one divorce approximately every 36 seconds.Read Full Post »


Divorce Mediator Somerset, WI

Divorce Mediator Somerset, WILesa Koski is a highly trained and qualified divorce mediator who serves divorcing couples in the Somerset, WI area. If you are considering divorce, you should also consider using divorce mediation instead of the more traditional court-based litigation process. Divorce mediation has become a frequently used method of navigating a divorce. It involves contracting with a neutral third-party with specific training in mediation and professional knowledge of the divorce laws of your state to help you reach resolution. Read Full Post »


Divorce Services in Wisconsin

After you and your partner have made the difficult decision to divorce, you may be left feeling sad, angry, and extremely disappointed that the relationship did not succeed. It is normal to need support from many different sources during this very difficult time. Lesa Koski offers a wide variety of divorce services for couples who are trying to settle their divorce without a lengthy and contentious court battle. With a background in family law, Lesa offers compassion, understanding, and strong communication skills to her clients and…
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Setting Up Power Of Attorney Documents

Setting Up Power Of Attorney DocumentsAs the aging population in the United States continues to grow it is beneficial to understand some of the ways in which to assist elders to age respectfully. Setting up power of attorney documents (POA) is a great way for families to prepare for problems down the road. As an experienced Elder Law Attorney, Lesa Koski provides compassionate and complete legal services to allow seniors to live with dignity and independence. A power of attorney allows a trusted family member or loved one to make decisions when…
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Divorce Mediation Services Wisconsin

Divorce Mediation Services WisconsinVirtually no one enters into marriage thinking that they will eventually have to divorce. In fact, most of us jump in feet first to a marriage. Yet, for many different reasons, many couples find that something changes, they are not compatible or it is time to go their separate ways. Divorce is hard, there is no way around it. We put our hope into our spouse and into our marriage and realizing that this relationship is not going to work evokes sadness, disappointment, grief and sometimes anger. Divorce mediation is one way to…
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Simple Estate Planning

Simple Estate Planning Services MN | Elder Law AttorneyWe have probably all heard at one time or another that estate planning is important, yet it is not something that seems to rise to the top of the list. Simple estate planning can actually be relatively painless and can give you and the family the peace of mind to know that you have made your wishes known in the unlikely event that you are ever incapacitated in some way. Lesa Koski is a family lawyer that specializes in a wide variety of elder law services including simple estate planning. She can help you navigate the process and…
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Medical Assistance Planning Services

Medical Assistance Planning Services | Elder Law Attorney MNMedical Assistance Planning is an increasingly important component in life because of various economic forces that have made planning for medical contingencies more complicated than ever. Lesa Koski provides excellent medical assistance planning services and can help you determine the best course of action for you and your family. The high cost of long-term care has made medical assistance planning a critically important issue for many seniors and their families. Those same economic forces have hit middle class families…
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What Is A Health Care Directive and Do I Need One?

What Is A Health Care Directive and Do I Need One?A healthcare directive can also be called the following: a living will (arguably the most familiar of the terms used); a personal directive; an advance directive; a medical directive; and an advance decision. All of the terms refer to a legal document describing the actions a person wants taken regarding their health when they cannot make decisions for themselves due to illness or incapacity. Lesa Koski specializes in family and elder law and can help you and your family navigate these issues with…
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Making Parenting Plan Agreement Modifications

Making Co-Parenting Agreement Adjustments with MediationIt could be that the only constant in life is that it is always changing. Parents in particular have to learn to adjust to accommodate the needs of children as they grow. For divorced parents with a parenting plan in place, modifications can be made through the court or with the guidance of a qualified mediator. Many divorced couples choose to modify child custody or support agreements through post-divorce mediation. Lesa Koski is both an experienced family law attorney and a mediation specialist in areas of…
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Prenuptial Agreement Considerations

Prenuptial Agreement Considerations | Why Sign a Prenuptial Agreement?Engaged couples have a lot to think about when planning for their upcoming wedding and life as a married couple. One of the topics that many couples find difficult to approach is whether or not to sign a prenuptial agreement before repeating wedding vows in front of family and friends. Prenuptials are becoming more common for millennials in particular. Couples often work on a prenup agreement as a team in order to prevent resentment or a misunderstanding that could begin the marriage on the wrong foot.
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