About Us


ABOUT US

THE POWERHOUSE THAT IS ADAC

Association Dues Assurance Corporation – ADAC – provides full-service support to association boards, management companies and attorneys in a responsive, next-desk-over relationship utilizing proven ONYX technology to help associations achieve the common goal of having all owners pay their share of assessments in-full and on-time. Our proprietary ONYX Case Management System is a powerful tool available to ADAC customers 24/7 via internet access, providing continually updated information on every account.

Our skilled staff, working with a network of attorneys, accountants and software developers makes ADAC the nation’s most effective and efficient delinquent association assessment collection resource.

ADAC’s experienced team is adept at navigating through bank foreclosures, tax foreclosures and bankruptcies that can impede the collections process. ADAC administers payoff requests, settlement negotiations and payment plans that are closely managed until account balances are brought up to date. Dedicated to serving the best interest of our customers, ADAC is well-versed in performing the collections process professionally and expediently while keeping association costs low and maintaining ONYX Case Management continuity.

ADAC founder and CEO John M. Rickel
John M. Rickel – Chief Executive Officer, United States General Counsel

Mr. Rickel’s extensive legal and business background in assessment collections comes as a major benefit to our customers.

John M. Rickel is a licensed attorney in Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan and Missouri, a Certified Public Accountant, a Chartered Financial Analyst and published legal writer. Mr. Rickel is a licensed Collections Manager and President of The Rickel Law Firm, P.C.

A University of Michigan Law School Graduate, John M. Rickel has earned Martindale-Hubbell’s Five-Star (highest) Rating, is listed among the top 1% of USA attorneys in the Martindale profile, and has been admitted to:

Association Dues Assurance Corporation – ADAC – provides full-service support to association boards, management companies and attorneys in a responsive, next-desk-over relationship utilizing proven ONYX technology to help associations achieve the common goal of having all owners pay their share of assessments in-full and on-time. Our proprietary ONYX Case Management System is a powerful tool available to ADAC customers 24/7 via internet access, providing continually updated information on every account.

Our skilled staff, working with a network of attorneys, accountants and software developers makes ADAC the nation’s most effective and efficient delinquent association assessment collection resource.

ADAC’s experienced team is adept at navigating through bank foreclosures, tax foreclosures and bankruptcies that can impede the collections process. ADAC administers payoff requests, settlement negotiations and payment plans that are closely managed until account balances are brought up to date. Dedicated to serving the best interest of our customers, ADAC is well-versed in performing the collections process professionally and expediently while keeping association costs low and maintaining ONYX Case Management continuity.

ADAC founder and CEO John M. Rickel
John M. Rickel – Chief Executive Officer, United States General Counsel

Mr. Rickel’s extensive legal and business background in assessment collections comes as a major benefit to our customers.

John M. Rickel is a licensed attorney in Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan and Missouri, a Certified Public Accountant, a Chartered Financial Analyst and published legal writer. Mr. Rickel is a licensed Collections Manager and President of The Rickel Law Firm, P.C.

A University of Michigan Law School Graduate, John M. Rickel has earned Martindale-Hubbell’s Five-Star (highest) rating and is listed among the United States’ top 1% of attorneys in the Martindale profile. Mr. Rickel is licensed in Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan and Missouri, and has been admitted to:

  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
  • U.S. Tax Court
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri