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angelique
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If it's purely your claims against them, and no debt counterclaim is anticipated then the standard thinking is to check the box.

If you expect them to counterclaim for the debt, then don't check the box.

Later on down the road make sure if they are responding with a counterclaim for the debt that you object if they attempt to demand expedited procedures.

Just my opinion...

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If it's purely your claims against them, and no debt counterclaim is anticipated then the standard thinking is to check the box.

If you expect them to counterclaim for the debt, then don't check the box.

Later on down the road make sure if they are responding with a counterclaim for the debt that you object if they attempt to demand expedited procedures.

Just my opinion...

The OP has already been sued for the debt and is the Defendant. That's why she's requesting arbitration.

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