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I am sorry to hear about this problem . Since you stated that you did not appear before a judge I assume it was a Master.
In Pennsylvania, litigants have an absolute right to file an appeal to PA Superior Court. The Pennsylvania Superior Court will assign at least three judges to review the trial court's decision, the transcript of the hearing at the trial level, other relevant pleadings, and briefs submitted by the parties' attorneys. As the trial judge is the finder of facts, only errors of law are generally reviewed by the Superior Court.
If either or both of the parties are dissatisfied with the Pennsylvania Superior Court's decision, they may request a review of the case by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. However, there is no absolute right to have a case heard by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in family law
matters. Generally, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court will grant review of the Pennsylvania Superior Court's opinion only if the case involves an issue of substantial public importance.
If you can not do this yourself then I suggest you contact the local attorney bar association to see if there are any pro bono attorneys in your area other than legal aid who can assist you with the appeal