I cannot help you if you do not contact me. There is no cost or obligation for an initial, brief telephone call. Let’s confidentially talk about your situation, even if you just want to discuss your options at this time. My direct line is (610) 256 4843. You may also send me a brief text message to (610) 256 4843 with your contact information. You may also reach out to me via email at jonathancnobleesq at Gmail (dot) com.
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Please do not hesitate to contact my office if I may be of assistance in your family law matter. If I am not immediately available, your message will be promptly returned at my earliest opportunity. Please include your phone number and the best time to return your call. I look forward to discussing your family law matter. If I think that I cannot help you, perhaps I can point you in the right direction.
IF YOU WERE SERVED WITH A PROTECTION FROM ABUSE FILING
If you have been served with a Protection From Abuse petition or you are the victim of abuse, you should retain experienced legal counsel without delay. These matters are usually heard by the courts on an expedited basis.
IF YOU WERE SERVED WITH A DIVORCE OR CUSTODY COMPLAINT
If you have been served with a divorce complaint, a complaint for child custody, or any other court document, do not wait to begin searching for competent legal counsel. There are often court imposed deadlines for responding to certain legal pleadings.
THERE ARE STRICT DEADLINES TO FILE AN APPEAL IN PENNSYLVANIA
If you are contacting me regarding filing an appeal in Pennsylvania, you should know that in Pennsylvania, you have a strict 30-day deadline to do so, from the day the court order appears on the docket.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS TO FILE AN APPEAL IN A CHILD CUSTODY CASE IN PENNSYLVANIA
Appealing a child custody order or child relocation order in Pennsylvania has additional requirements. The appeal of a child custody and relocation orders are considered “Children’s Fast Track” appeals. It is critical that the Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure are strictly followed. Do NOT delay in contacting competent legal counsel to discuss your options if you are considering pursuing an appeal.