Going Through a Divorce Doesn’t Have to Be a Nightmare.

Let us help you through this time in your lives. Professional assistance in WNY for Divorce, Custody, and Parenting Plans without the need of attorneys.

How does divorce mediation work?

In Western New York, any couple facing divorce, custody, or parenting plan issues can use a mediator to accurately and professionally cover every legal issue without incurring thousands of dollars in attorneys’ fees.

Many people who choose to separate or divorce wish to remain amicable and avoid conflict. Divorce Mediation Group of WNY simplifies the divorce process for you. All necessary issues can be addressed and resolved without the need for lawyers.

Mediation allows couples to process their divorce outside of court with a neutral professional. Parents can discuss the needs of their children and develop a parenting plan together.

A Western New York divorce mediator can help you resolve your divorce or parenting issues faster, and cheaper than pursuing a judgement in court. Even if you choose to hire an attorney, you can still agree to use mediation to work on issues outside of court.

The goal of family mediation is to help you move forward with your life more peacefully and with the least amount of emotional and financial damage.

Equally Divide Debts & Assets

Creating A Parenting Plan

Calculate Child Support Guidelines

Create Legal Divorce Papers

Numbers Speak

Does divorce mediation work and is it for you? We break down just some of the numbers of mediation versus litigation.

Every 13 sec

A Divorce Occurs

Many of which will be settled with Mediation.

3-6 Months

Average Time For Mediation

Compare that with an average of 2 years for Litigation.


Compliance with Child Support

Compared with 40% on average with Litigation

A Little Bit About Me: Allison Plummer

Divorce is never easy, but it doesn’t have to be agonizing and tumultuous. My personal experience with divorce and separation is one of those times I wish I could go back and change how we handled everything. At times there are situations that deem the involvement of lawyers, but in my case, we could have easily worked with a divorce mediator to dissolve our marriage and together work out the best arrangements for our daughter. I guess hindsight is truly 20/20. Yet this is what motivated me to become a mediator, “let my mess become a message!”

In my case, the excessive amount of money and time spent on lawyers and in court would have been better served utilizing the services of a divorce mediator. When you are tying the knot; undoing the “I Do’s is not ever something you think you are going to be faced with. I believed the only way to dissolve our marriage was through litigation. Looking back now, we would have been the perfect couple for mediation. We knew our marriage was over and we easily could have made fair decisions regarding our assets without legal counsel or a judge.

As a female working for over 3 decades in the legal and medical arena, I have ultimately been serving people in all aspects of life. Truly understanding that I am a people person wanting to help in all capacities to solve and reach the best outcomes.

I have a background and degree in Social Work so by nature I am a great listener. My own personal experience with divorce and co -parenting has taught me how to offer a more personal and caring approach to divorce; along with the creative ability to help both parties through the mediation process.

Mediation is one of the best ways to avoid some of the unnecessary stress, emotional and financial burdens on people. Divorcing is already a tense and emotional time. Deciding what is best for the future should not be.

It is my goal to help minimize unnecessary stress, help reduce costs and support couples through tough decision making to reach a personalized and amicable resolution.

No matter where you are at in the process, I can offer you a more clear and precise option. I want to work with you to create an agreement that is in the best interest of all so that each party can move into the future with peace of mind, integrity, and hope. Divorce doesn’t always mean destruction; it simply means going our separate ways and dissolving the union. This can be done by a much gentler approach through mediation. Mediation simply reconciles people’s assets and time that in essence will determine a fair outcome for all.

Give me a call and let’s discuss your options.