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Alternative dispute resolution process

Alternative dispute resolution process (ADR)

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is not only used to resolve substantive disputes, and can be used to clarify or limit issues, and remove barriers created by relationship issues between you and the ATO. Usually, if your dispute is not very complex, in-house facilitation may be used. More complex issues will usually be outsourced to an external practitioner. Working out if the ADR process is right for you can save you time, money and heartache in any dispute or potential dispute.

Interested in ADR but unsure which process is right for you? We can help.