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From the division of marital assets to contested wills to business severance packages to buyouts: whether personal or professional, a relationship in conflict can be costly. And if the conflict makes its way to litigation, the financial and emotional consequences can cost even more.

Since the introduction of the Collaborative process in the 1990s, financial advisors have adopted Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods as a better way to guide couples, families and business partners through difficult financial challenges. Designed to defuse conflict and promote communication, ADR methods don’t just avoid the hostilities that litigation can create; they preserve important assets that litigation can consume.

A financial consultant for more than 25 years, Robert (Bob) Bordett brings his experience, expertise, compassion and commitment to resolve financial issues in ways that are non-adversarial, fair and in the best interests of all. Find out more about Bob and the innovative services he offers couples and families as well as businesses and partnerships.


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Why Should I Choose the Collaborative Process for My Divorce by Bob Bordett

Why Should I Choose the Collaborative Process for My Divorce?

The simple answer to the question of why you should choose the collaborative process for your divorce is that it preserves the family relationship. Clients that have engaged in the collaborative process have said the following regarding their experience with collaborative divorce: 

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The Advantages of Mediation by Bob Bordett

The Advantages of Mediation

Mediation begins when couples make the decision to divorce, then choose a mediator. Mediation has several advantages, including the fact that divorcing couples remain in control of their own fate, giving them the power to make important decisions concerning their children and their property. Mediation is also:

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