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THE UMOH FOUNDATION

Assisting Families in Conflict Through Dispute Resolution


Don't litigate. Mediate! As a Philadelphia family and divorce mediation service, we help families in resolving custody conflicts virtually through assisted negotiations known as mediation. 

 

WAYS WE HELP

The Umoh Foundation is in the business of promoting family stability through dispute resolution. The work that we do as neutral professionals allow each side to voice their concerns in a sincere and productive manner. Every family is unique and as such, we focus on creating long-lasting and cost-efficient personalized solutions that all parties will benefit from.

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PHILADELPHIA CUSTODY MEDIATION

Control Your Own Destiny

Nobody knows your children better than you do. Through virtual mediation, you have the power to resolve custody, visitation, and child support concerns without dealing with the delay, unpredictability, expense, and trauma that court proceedings impose. As trained and competent neutral mediators, we use both our legal and social work backgrounds to assist parents with creating long-term solutions that will benefit the family for generations to come.

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CUSTODY EVALUATION

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Nobody wins when the family feuds. In a custody evaluation, a trained and skilled social worker will conduct a neutral investigation for families who are having difficulties in settling a legal dispute over custody and visitation. The evaluation is summarised into an influential report that a judge may consider when making their decision or it can be used as a guideline to assist parties with settling the case. This can be extremely useful in relocation cases, abuse and neglect allegations, or simply when one parent thinks that the other parent is "unfit".

 
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"The emotional despair of trying to find yourself is far greater than any physical pain that a human can endure. In those trying times, never forget that you are not alone."

EJ Umoh