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Nevada's new law on compulsory mediation came into effect July 1. Homeowners can now require banks to attend a mediation meeting if they receive a foreclosure notice. But how will it work? What will it achieve? We discuss that with the legislator and lawyers who developed the program.

Our guests include:
Speaker Barbara Buckley, Author of AB 149
Michael Joe, Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
Chief Justice James Hardesty, Nevada Supreme Court
Lesah Rosario, Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America, Las Vegas

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