RM&A Inc., your ADR forum
As a leading Florida mediation and arbitration forum, Resolute Mediation & Arbitration Inc. has successfully resolved consumer and business finance disputes through mediation and arbitration since 2005. We promise to do all we can to find ways to explore ressolution with both lenders and borrowers in a reasonable and practicable time. Finally, we will remain neutral and inform you if there are any known concerns of conflict of interest prior to accepting your case.
The RM&A Inc debt resolution process follows a four step model:
The filing party files the supporting documentations such as: bills, contracts, and contact information of the opposing party through the online portal and pay the appropriate administrative fee.
Upon receipt of the administrative fee and documents, the case manger reviews all submitted documents and requests additional information if necessary. After review, case manger creates an account where the filing party(s) can check their case status and respond to the case manager’s requests. The case manager will either contact the opposing party(s) or request missing information to be submitted by the filing party(s) (claimant(s)) in a reasonable time.
The case manager prepares the proper notices to all disputing parties, uploads a copy in the filing party’s account and waits for a response, usually between 15 -20 days, to reach a mutual expected agreement for mediation or arbitration. Once all parties agree, either voluntarily or as mandated by binding contract, the case manager prepares the final meeting or hearing notices and moves forward to the final resolution step.
During this stage the case is set for resolution (virtual or in person mediation/arbitration). At the close of a successful mediation parties receive a copy of the signed agreement, while at arbitration parties receive a copy of the arbitrator’s decision called an “award” within 10 days of the hearing electronically and by mail. In cases where the non-filing party does not respond, a “good faith effort” memorandum is prepared with recommendation for other methods of resolution including litigation. The “good faith effort” memorandum can be used as supporting documentation during litigation and other administrative agencies hearings.
RM&A Inc., a full service ADR forum
Resolute Mediation & Arbitration, Inc. is a leading ADR services forum. We are not a debt counseling agency, nor a credit repair organization. We are known as innovators in mediation and arbitration services and we offer our services by organizing conferences virtually, by telephone/web-conferencing, in addition to traditional in-person meetings. Our neutrals facilitate the communication between lenders and borrowers helping them to reach a mediated settlement agreement or providing an arbitration award where arbitration is requested.
How to get started?
The process is simple: First, gather all information about your lender or borrower for the debt conflict you want to resolve. Then, gather all supporting documentation, including contracts if available. Submit your request via the 4 Step Debt ADR portal and pay the appropriate administrative fee. Up to four cases can be submitted at one time. For bulk rates contact our office. The next step is to simply monitor your case(s) via the Case Management portal. Your case manager will communicate with you throughout the process.
RM&A Inc, 4-Step Debt Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Services
The 4-Step Debt ADR services are facilitated by experienced certified mediators and approved arbitrators. Agencies of certification are state courts or similar certifying organizations such as Florida Supreme Court Dispute Resolution Center, holding neutrals to a high degree of ethical standard.
- The 4-Step Debt ADR allows Lenders, Borrowers, Finance Obligees and Obligors to bring debt obligation disputes in a timely, cost-effective and amicable close. Online debt ADR services include, online chat room mediation/arbitration and document(virtual) arbitration. If arbitration is mandated by contract with proper notice to all parties (given contract exemptions) the arbitrator may continue with the hearing. In mediation, should the opposing parties not respond the case manager prepares a “good faith effort” memorandum with recommendations to pursue other resolution venues including litigation. The “good faith effort” memorandum can be used in litigation as supporting documentation.
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