Alabama Center For Dispute Resolution
Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution
The Center serves as the administrative arm of the Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution. Read more about the Commission.
Since 1994, we have been the state office of dispute resolution for Alabama. At the Center, we work with the courts, the Alabama State Bar, state agencies, schools, community mediation initiatives, and businesses to promote early and peaceful resolution of disputes.
Foreclosure Prevention/ Mortgage Modification
Temporary Halt to New Cases
Due to a change in grant funds, we will not be accepting any new cases under this program until new grant funds have been secured. The Center will pay for the cost of wrapping up all open cases (there are over 90 cases open). This program was designed to mediate foreclosure and other mortgage problems and assists both homeowners and mortgage servicers in resolving foreclosures. We hope to resume new mediations this spring.
- Learn more about Foreclosure Mediation.
- Find a Mediator with Foreclosure Training.
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A recent Jere Beasley Report article, Foreclosure And Family Mediation Programs Provide Free Help To Those In Need, highlighted our family and foreclosure mediation programs. Read the article.
Family Mediation Program Since 2013, we have been expanding the this program, a collaboration between the Center and the Supreme Court of Alabama. Our goal is to help families with children and qualifying incomes fashion a parenting plan. The Center pays mediators with the special designation, *divorce/domestic relations. Highlighted in Alabama Lawyer, Dec 14, the program has allowed us to handle 65 cases (some still pending). Learn more.
Thank you Mediators! The Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution wishes to thank the Roster members who mediated pro-bono in 2013. Read more.
News for Alabama Neutrals The next newsletter will be available in early 2015. The last newsletter is available.
- Online at alabamaadr.org/email/1407_NAN_Newsletter.html
- PDF at alabamaadr.org/web/media/newsletters/
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