Resolute Mediation and Arbitration Announces New Online Dispute Resolution Service for Debt Resolution

ORLANDO, FL – August 17, 2015 – Resolute Mediation and Arbitration, Inc. is combating the high costs and lengthy process of traditional litigation by providing a modern alternative to resolve legal disputes. While they perform traditional Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”) services, their newly created, 4-step Debt Alternative Dispute Resolution service is taking the legal industry by storm because it is online. This service, managed by Resolute’s case managers, experienced certified mediators, and approved arbitrators, allows Lenders, Borrowers, Finance Obligees and Obligors to amicably close debt obligation disputes in a timely, cost-effective manner.

“We are very excited to offer 4-step ADR to those seeking an excellent quality alternative and a way to save time and money,” says Guno Ritfeld, JD, President and Founder of Resolute Mediation & Arbitration, Inc. “This service is a viable alternative for clients because we use virtual, teleconferencing technology to hold mediation & arbitration conferences. This new service promotes maximum efficiency for those seeking Debt ADR.”

Every year, billions of dollars are spent in the United States on litigation. Additionally, courts are flooded with civil cases, especially those in regards to lenders and borrowers with credit cards agencies and the consumer, which can take years to litigate. Resolutebrings online, 4-Step Debt ADR at a time when innovation is greatly needed in solving legal disputes.

The process for using their system is straightforward. A lender or borrower first fills out a web submission form or email on the Resolute website. Second, an assigned case manager reviews all submitted documents for processing and coordinates resolution between the parties. During the next 10-15 days, a case manager then contacts the non-moving party to receive a response as to whether they agree to the services requested or mandated by contract. Finally, the case is set for resolution, either mediation or arbitration. When an agreement is reached at mediation, a mediation agreement is prepared or a memorandum is sent to the parties with a recommendation for final resolution when no agreement is reached. In arbitration, the arbitrator will then send the “award” within 10 days of the hearing.

Resolute does not plan on slowing down any time soon. Ritfeld says, “We plan to grow our company in the future by extending this service in various areas besides debt dispute resolution, such as: medical field dispute resolution and community mediation.”

Resolute Mediation and Arbitration is a leading mediation and arbitration firm headquartered in Orlando, Florida. They are recognized as one of the best mediators and arbitrators in Orlando, as well as nationwide. Their professionals are Florida Supreme Court certified mediators, each in their area of expertise.

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