What is Mediation?
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.
The mediation session is intended to identify pertinent issues, clarify any misunderstandings, explore solutions, and negotiate an agreement.
Go to our Mediation pages to learn more.
Family and divorce mediation is a process where an impartial third person, the mediator, helps people negotiate with one another to resolve issues relating to parenting time and responsibilities, child and spousal support, divorce, and the issues that arise after a divorce (assets and liabilities).
Read our brochures,
Parents are Forever - Family Mediation - Parenting, Divorce and Post Divorce Issues, for more information.
Los Padres de Familia son Para Siempre, Mediacion de Familia, para más información.
What is Foreclosure Mediation?
The Forclosure Prevention / Mortgage Modification Mediation Program provides specially-trained mediators to assist Alabama citizens with foreclosure and mortgage problems by mediating between the homeowner and the mortgage holder.
For qualified homeowners, the ACDR will pay most of the cost of the mediators to mediate homeownership issues allowing them to resolve their problems at no or low cost.
Learn more about the Forclosure Prevention / Mortgage Modification Mediation Program.
Find a Mediator
Our state court roster contains the names of Mediators who have met the Mediation Registration Standards and Procedures adopted September 18,1998 and who have registered with the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution, Inc.
Watch a Mediation Video
What is Mediation? - VIDEO - Professional Mediation Associates. This video explains the mediation process in brief. For people wanting to settle a dispute without going through the traditional channels, mediation offers an alternative.
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