Attorney Seattle

Paul Eagle is the leading Attorney at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. Based in Seattle, our law firm handles all legal matters regarding family law, criminal law and estate planning.

Family Law Attorney Seattle

A major objective at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. is ensuring that we are constantly up to date on the latest legal developments in family law in Seattle. Visit this page for more information.

Divorce Attorney Seattle

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. offers compassionate yet aggressive representation in divorce cases. Learn more on this page.

Legal Separation Attorney Seattle

Legal separations result in complicated and contested issues. Visit our legal separation page to find out how our attorney can help.

Domestic Partnership Attorney Seattle

Domestic Partnerships are not privy to the options available in a marriage. To find out the legal ramifications, visit our domestic partnership page.

Committed Intimate Relationship Attorney Seattle

Partners involved in committed intimate relationships do have legal options. Visit this page for more.

Alimony/Spousal Maintenance Attorney Seattle

Our spousal maintenance attorney can argue for or against alimony. Visit our alimony attorney page for more information.

Annulment/Declarations of Invalidity Attorney Seattle

Annulments are rare in Seattle. To find out how you can obtain an annulment, visit our annulment attorney page.

Gay & Lesbian Family Law and Committed Intimate Relationships Seattle

A competent attorney is needed to handle legal issues pertaining gay or lesbian families. Visit this page for more information.

Child Support Attorney Seattle

Our goal in child support cases at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. is to fight for the welfare of the children. Visit this page to find out how our child support attorney can fight for your child.

Domestic Violence Attorney Seattle

Domestic violence is a serious crime. Visit our domestic violence attorney page for more information.

Modification of Child Support Attorney Seattle

A substantial change in circumstances can lead to a modification of child support. To learn more about these circumstances, visit the modification of child support attorney page.

Non Parental Custody Attorney Seattle

Our non-parental custody attorney will represent you on either side of a non-parental custody case. Contact our office to find out more.

Paternity/Parentage Attorney Seattle

For legal action regarding parentage, contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. You can find out more information on our paternity attorney page.

Child Relocation Attorney Seattle

Specific guidelines must be met to relocate a child. Visit this page to find out more information.

Restraining Order Attorney Seattle

A restraining order is crucial for your protection and safety. Learn more on our restraining order attorney page.

Child Visitation Attorney Seattle

If parents cannot reach a decision regarding visitation for their children, a family court will. Learn more on this page.

Criminal Law Attorney Seattle

A criminal conviction has lifelong consequences. Visit our criminal law attorney page to learn more about our legal representation.

DUI/DWI Attorney Seattle

A DUI/DWI can result in harsh penalties. To learn how our firm offers legal assistance in these situations, visit our DUI/DWI attorney page.

Gross Misdemeanors Attorney Seattle

Gross misdemeanor charges are different than those of felonies. Find out more information on this page.

Juvenile Crime Attorney Seattle

To prevent a matter from proceeding to juvenile court, contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. Browse our juvenile crime attorney page for more information.

Estate Planning Attorney Seattle

Do you want your assets to be distributed in accordance with your wishes? Visit our estate planning attorney page for details.

Wills Attorney Seattle

Effective estate planning with a will requires an expert. Allow our wills attorney to assist you.

Living Will Attorney Seattle

A living will is a complex but important document. To learn how you can obtain a living will, visit our living will attorney page.

Durable Power of Attorney Seattle

A Durable Power of Attorney allows a person to leave another in charge of property, real and intangible, when becoming incapacitated. Find out more on this page.

Probation Violation Attorney Seattle

The probation violation attorney at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. has the skills and resources necessary to produce a favorable outcome in your situation. View this page for more details.

Sex Crimes Attorney Seattle

Our sex crimes attorney works assiduously to free you of sex crimes charges. Visit this page for more information.

Theft Crimes Attorney Seattle

Seattle harshly prosecutes theft charges. Visit our theft crimes attorney page to see how we can legally assist you.

Violent Crimes Attorney Seattle

Our violent crimes attorney can help you with your violent crimes charge. Visit this page for more details.

Weapon Charges Attorney Seattle

Learn more about the complexities of weapon charges by visiting our weapon charges attorney page.

To contact our Attorney, call us at 1-877-579-0650 or send us an email through our website. We look forward to speaking with you about your case.

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