You really need to consult with an attorney in Pennsylvania. The Constitution, and concepts of jurisdiction, limits what the courts may do, but different states interpret those limits differently. Get to a PA lawyer ASAP!
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She will be able to proceed with a default and she may be granted much if not all of what she's asking for without a contest. It would be foolish to not respond and assert your rights. Consult a Pennsylvania divorce lawyer for a review of the situation.
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