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Mediator Resources

Court Forms

Mediation Letter

Letter which the Court sends to the parties once the judge has referred the case to mediation.

Guidelines for Mediation

Basically an agreement to mediate which explains the roles of the participants and the rules governing confidentiality, etc. All parties must sign before the mediation can begin.

Guidelines for Mediation - Spanish

Spanish translation of the Guidelines

Mediation Outcome Report

Report that the mediators submit to the court after the mediation is completed.

Mediation Settlement Agreement

If the parties reach an agreement, it is written on this form.

Motion and Order to Remove Case from Mediation

If a party does not want to mediate, they may file this motion.

Order Referring Case to Mediation

Orders the parties to appear for mediation.

Stipulated Judgment

MAY be used to write the mediation agreement if both parties wish to use it. Is equivalent to a judgment.

Stipulation of Dismissal After Mediated Settlement Agreement

To be filed if the parties complete the Mediation Settlement Agreement.

Motion for Judgment and Statement of Non-Compliance

A party may file for judgment if the other party does not follow the mediation agreement.

Documents for Mediators

Dismissal Instructions

Mediator Application

Observer Guidelines

Payment Plan Instructions

Debrief Questions

Promotional Materials

Magistrate Mediation Brochure

Magistrate Mediation FAQs

Mediator Recruitment Brochure

Legal Assistance Information

Credit Bureaus Information

Contact and other information for all three credit bureaus.

Legal Referral List

Legal services in Albuquerque and statewide.