Find a Foreclosure Mediator

Foreclosure Mediation Program Phase II
The roster for Phase II contains the names of all mediators who have completed special foreclosure mediation training, the 2016 Foreclosure Update ****, and met the Mediation Registration Standards and Procedures adopted September 18, 1998 and registered with the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution, Inc.

Qualify to Participate

Homeowners must qualify to participate in this program. Contact the office below. We will ask for your information, evaluate it, and let you know if you qualify for mediation with your mortgage company.

Linda Lund, Alabama State Bar Volunteer Lawyer Program
Phone:  334- 517-2246. 

Approved Mediators

The mediators listed below are qualified to mediate in this program.

Name City Profile
Sarah C. Bowers Esq. Sylacauga

J. Robert Faulk Esq. Prattville

Jana R. Garner Esq. Selma

R. David Hendrickson Esq. Birmingham

Ross Kinder Esq. Birmingham

Jameria J. Moore Esq. Birmingham

Angeline J. Sperling Esq. Birmingham

Kelly Ann Traver Vinemont

James N. Walter Jr. Esq. Montgomery

LaShunta White-Boler Esq. Trussville


Mediator Disclaimer: This roster contains the names of mediators who have met the Mediator Registration Standards and Procedures adopted January 1, 2003, and who have registered with the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution. Areas of practice are supplied by the individual mediator listed, and have not been independently verified.  Prior to selecting a mediator, parties are encouraged to inquire into the qualifications, training and experience of any mediator being considered.  The Center does not certify any of the individuals listed.
      *  Neutral has completed a 40 hour mediation course on domestic relations issues.
    **  Neutral has completed the Alabama Supreme Court's special appellate mediation course.
  ***  Neutral has completed two day training in domestic and family violence.
****  Neutral has completed Foreclosure Update Training.

To find a mediator on another topic,
go to the Full Alabama Mediator Roster.
To see the full application of any Mediator, please contact the Center.


Private Judges

The Alabama Private Judge Act authorized the appointment of former or retired judges to serve as private judges in certain district and circuit court cases. - More -


Arbitration agreements, are often found in pre-printed consumer contracts. They require parties to the contract to resolve disputes in binding arbitration, rather than in court before a judge and/or jury. - More -


Mediation is a confidential, informal process during which an impartial third party, the mediator, assists disputing parties in reaching a mutually acceptable agreement regarding their dispute.

  • General Mediation offers a path to resolving many disputes. - More -
  • Family Mediation offers divorce and family mediation for parenting, divorce and post-divorce issues. - More -
  • Forclosure Prevention and Mortgage Modification Mediation offers specially-trained mediators to assist Alabama citizens with foreclosure and mortgage problems by mediating between the homeowner and the mortgage holder. - More -

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Alabama CDR is the state office of dispute resolution. 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. We are the administrative arm of the Alabama Supreme Court Commission on Dispute Resolution.


Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution
(334) 356-3802