If the case is heard by the Pennsylvania court the judge will meet with child and consider the child's well reasoned preferences based upon the child's age and maturity. You will need a lawyer to prove parental alienation.
In Pennsylvania courts, the younger a child is the less likely their opinion/preference matters in a judge's determination of custody.
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