Meet the Mentors


The ADFP MentorLink mentors are successful Certified Financial Planners (CFP®) and Certified Divorce Financial Analysts (CDFA®) with over 60 years of combined divorce financial planning experience. Each mentor is committed to the growth of the divorce financial planning profession and the development and success of divorce financial professionals.

Bob Bordett
Bob Bordett, CFP®, CDFA®

Bob Bordett is the founder of Collaborative Practice and Mediation Services.  He is also one of the founders of Divorce Innovations.  He is a financial neutral working with couples, families and business in Atlanta, Ga. and Florida.  He also serves as a mediator and arbitrator.

Bob is registered with the Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution as a mediator and arbitrator.  He is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®).  He is the past president of the Collaborative Law Institute of Georgia, Inc., past board member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, founding member of the Atlanta Collaborative Divorce Alliance, founding member of Academy of Professional Family Mediators, a board member of the Association of Divorce Financial Planners, and a founding member of Professional Mediator Board of Standards.
Bob has written many articles on financial issues in divorce and has appeared on CNN Sunday Morning News.  He has taught classes on financial issues in Collaborative Divorce and mediation throughout the U.S.

Bob is a member of the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Association of Divorce Financial Planners, and Academy of Professional Family Mediators.

Ivy Menchel
Ivy Menchel, CFP®, CDFA®, CBEC®

Ivy H. Menchel is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®) and the president and founder of Family Wealth Planning Partners. Based in New York City, Ivy focuses her practice on helping divorcing clients, along with their attorneys and mediators, make sound financial decisions as they transition into the next phase of their lives. In addition to her work as a CDFA, she is also a Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) and Certified Business Exit Consultant (CBEC®) with more than 30 years of experience in financial services.  In 2009, she founded Family Wealth Planning Partners specifically to help her divorcing clients and their team of divorce professionals address the financial issues of divorce and assess their options for fair and equitable settlements.  

For Ivy, going into this profession was a highly personal decision.  Her parents got divorced after 34 years of marriage and she saw both the financial and emotional toll it took on them.  

Ivy prioritizes educating her clients on the financial nuances of divorce.  Trained in all three divorce processes (traditional/litigation, mediation, collaborative), she strives to give each client a good understanding of the process, as well as their own situation so they can negotiate from a knowledgeable perspective and not an emotional one.  What distinguishes Ivy from others in her field is her unique training and range of specializations. One of the few CDFAs to also hold certifications as a CFP and a CBEC, she is able to take a comprehensive view of her clients’ needs and goals when going through the divorce process. 

Beyond her private practice, Ivy is widely regarded as a thought leader in her field and regularly shares her knowledge with the broader public through her teaching, speaking and writing.  She is also a member of several professional organizations. 

Sandy Voit
Sandy Voit, CDFA®

Sandy Voit was a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst for 15 years until his recent retirement. He also is a retired Licensed Mental Health Counselor. DUring his 15 year career as a Certified Divorce Financial Planner, Sandy focused primarily on divorce financial planning, having worked on over 550 divorces, including 200+ collaborative divorces.

Sandy worked in higher education for 27 years (including as a Director of Financial Aid, and still does consulting work for divorcing families to optimize financial aid for their children), and then was an executive director of a large synagogue for over 5 years.

He is a former board member of the Association of Divorce Financial Planners and serves as a Mentor in their MentorLink program. Sandy also recently completed his 21st year on the board of the largest food co-op in the country (16 stores/$400,000,000+ sales).