Kingston, PA asked in Divorce, Civil Litigation, Civil Rights and Constitutional Law for Pennsylvania

Q: Change of jurisdiction to Federal Court for Divorce invl Swiss native?

No-fault divorce proceedings 3 years; Wife, Plaintiff in Switzerland since 2016 non-compliant with basic Discovery; Final Master Hearing seems worthy of mistrial (third party considered disreputable by legal system provided telephony technology via her cell phone, as one example); Defendant filed Exceptions to Masters Report; awaiting scheduling of de novo hearing; trial court failures compounding by the month, coupled with those replete in Divorce Master Procedurals warrant Defendant requesting Federal Court jurisdiction?

1 Lawyer Answer

Kathryn Hilbush

Answered
  • Media, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: This matter is far too complicated for anyone on this site to offer you suggestions as to how to proceed. If you do not already have an attorney representing you, then please consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area. Someone needs to sit down with you and review everything that's already occurred before offering advice and options. If you do have representation, then I would expect that you will discuss your concerns with him or her because your counsel has far more familiarity with the case than anyone in a simple question and answer internet site might. Good luck to you.

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