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Foreclosure Mediation

For the Public

Mediators in the Foreclosure Mediation Program are licensed Nevada attorneys or have extensive mediation experience. All are trained to handle the Foreclosure Mediation Program. If you want to see if a person is a Nevada-licensed attorney and/or has prior discipline, click here, or call (702) 382-2200 or (800) 254-2797. 

If you would like a referral to an attorney in this practice area, you can contact the State Bar of Nevada Lawyer Referral and Information Service at (702) 382-0504 or (800) 789-5747.

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Mediacion son abogados licenseno en el estado de Nevada, o tenga extenso importante experiencia en mediacion. Todas, esta cualificado en mediacion programa y en aperture de un mediacion programa.  Si usted desear tiene uno persona esta abogado licencia en Nevada y haber disciplinar, clic aqui or llamar (702) 382-220 o (800) 254-2797.

Si, usted desear un referencia para un abogado en esta area te practica. Llamar La Barra De Abogados, en la referencia de Informacion de Servicio de Abogados (702) 382-0504 o (800) 789-5747.


Reno-Area Mediators Receive Free Meeting Space from the State Bar of Nevada

The State Bar of Nevada offers meeting space – free of charge – to attorneys participating in the Nevada Supreme Court’s Foreclosure Mediation Program. Mediators may request meeting space at the Northern Nevada Bar Center, located at:

9456 Double R Blvd., Suite B
Reno, NV 89521
 

To reserve a meeting room, contact Vicki Hetherington at (775) 328-1379 or vickih@nvbar.org. The State Bar of Nevada is pleased to offer this service in support of the Foreclosure Mediation Program.


LACSN and Boyd Offer Free Foreclosure Mediation Classes

The Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada (LACSN) and the William S. Boyd School of Law are teaming up with Nevada Fair Housing Center to offer free classes to homeowners entering foreclosure mediation. The classes will cover the basics of foreclosure and loan modification options so that homeowners can better understand how the banks review requests for loan modifications, assess each unique set of circumstances and best present their cases to the mediator in support of obtaining a loan modification.

The Nevada Supreme Court’s Foreclosure Mediation Program was created this legislative session to give homeowners facing foreclosure an opportunity to talk about a loan modification with their lender. Homeowners who receive notices of default from their lender after July 1, 2009 are able to request mediation at that time. Over 1,000 homeowners so far have requested mediation.

The free classes will be held weekly beginning September 17, 2009 at 5:30 p.m. at the William S. Boyd School of Law on the UNLV campus. For more information, or to register for class, call (702) 386-1070 ext. 155. Class schedules and manuals can be found at www.lacsn.org.