Time: June 28, 2011 to June 29, 2011
Location: Lynnwood Convention Center
Street: 3711 196th Street Southwest
City/Town: Lynnwood, WA
Website or Map: http://www.commerce.wa.gov/si…
Event Type: training, seminar, cle
Organized By: Lori Salzer, Commerce Department
Latest Activity: Jun 16, 2011
Warning: RSVP'ing here on the ADR Section website does not register you for the training! To register for this training you must register on the Commerce Department's website - click here.
Registration was closed on June 5. Acknowledgments were sent by the Commerce Department on June 15 to those who registered informing them whether they were accepted for the training.
If you RSVP here you will receive any email updates from the ADR Section as we receive new information from the Commerce Department.
The Foreclosure Fairness Act gives homeowners facing foreclosure the option of face-to-face mediation with the lending institution servicing their mortgage. The Commerce Department needs lawyers who may be qualified and interested in being a foreclosure mediator.
To qualify you must attend the Foreclosure Mediation Training, have mediation experience of a minimum of 10 completed mediations and either:
Three full days of foreclosure mediation training are required: June 28-29 and one of several days yet to be scheduled in July.
RSVP on this page to receive email updates first as new information becomes available from the Commerce Department. (You must be signed-in to this website to RSVP. If you don't see an RSVP box above the pictures of those attending, or if you see the Sign-up/sign-in box, you're not signed-in yet. If you're already registered on the website, sign-in. If you're not already registered on this website, please sign-up. Being a member of the ADR Section doesn't register you for the website - you must do that yourself by signing-up.)
RSVP'ing here will not register you for the course - you must register on the Commerce Department's website.
(See this discussion for more on the FFA and the Foreclosure Mediation Program. If you're interested in the ADR Section's involvement with on-going issues with the FFA and its mediation program, see the discussion here.)