Child Relocation Attorney Everett

Uprooting a child is a serious decision for any parent to make. Raising a child becomes even more challenging when attempted from two separate places. Our Child Relocation Attorney in Everett at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can explain child relocation to you in full detail as well as offer legal representation to help guide you through this difficult time.

Our Child Relocation Attorney will inform you of your rights and how to leverage them in your child’s best interests.  Our experienced staff will advise about completing specific procedures in order to yield the best result for all parties concerned.

The discretion lies with the court whether the child should leave with one parent or stay with the other. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will help you protect your child as that is our main priority in child relocation cases.

We understand the criteria used by courts and will aggressively represent you in a family court of law. In addition, we can manage international relocation or out of state job offers. To speak to our Child Relocation Attorney in Everett about your situation, call Eagle Law Offices, P.S. at (877)579-0650 for a free consultation.

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