Resolving Legal Disputes Online – India Gets Its Own Platform

India gets its very own online platform for resolving legal disputes

Presolv360, a first of its kind platform for resolving legal disputes online in a quick and cost-effective manner.  This amazing platform has launched by Edgecraft Solutions Private Ltd.

Launched with the view of assisting people and businesses to settle their disputes out-of-court, Presolv360 is a technology-enabled portal that allows disputing parties across the country to resolve their conflicts with the help of a neutral.

Presolv360 Co-Founders’ from left to right – Mr. Bhaven Shah, Ms. Namita Shah & Mr. Aman Sanghavi

Co-founder and CEO of Presolv360, Namita Shah says, “Studying our Gram Panchayat system, principles of international diplomacy, court procedures and global best practices led us to disintegrate the reasons and pinpoint the trigger points that cause disputes.”

Presolv360 caters to property, tenancy, commercial, contractual, banking, and insurance matters. While there are some who support the facility of online filing of disputes, Presolv360’s platform facilitates the entire process right from raising a dispute to inviting the counter-party, conducting resolution proceedings to drawing up terms of settlement.

Speaking about the vision, Namita says,

“Building creative solutions by bridging law and technology and creating a trusting society remains our underlying purpose. Presolv360 is our first step toward this objective. All our solutions will always be ‘made for India’ and ‘made in India’.”

While the team operates from Mumbai, Presolv360’s online presence makes the platform accessible from across the globe. The founding team comprises of lawyers, chartered accountants, insurance and management experts.

The Presolv360 platform is open for public use and you can register your disputes on their website.

Presolv360 has been recognized by the Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India as a provider of online dispute resolution (“ODR”) services and is working with the government, judiciary and India Inc. to help you resolve your disputes cheaper, faster and better.

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