From “About the Program”
“Senate Bill 1552 (2012) directed the Attorney General to establish a residential Foreclosure Avoidance Mediation Program.
The Foreclosure Avoidance Mediation program lends a structured process for communicating with the lender, submitting financial documentation to the lender, working with a financial counselor, and meeting with the lender face-to-face with a mediator at a neutral location.
This program begins on July 11, 2012 and is available for two types of homeowners:
Homeowners who have received a “Notice of Mediation” from their lender
Homeowners who are “at-risk” of default and who wish to mediate with their lender“