Child Relocation Attorney Olympia

In child relocation situations, a competent Child Relocation Attorney in Olympia is required to assist in reaching an amicable agreement or for legal representation in a court of law. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. holds extensive experience in Family Law matters, including child relocation.

Parenting becomes even more challenging when it is done from two separate locations. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will inform you of your rights and how to leverage them in the best interests of your child.

We also consider emergency situations where a risk to health and safety requires child relocation. In addition, Eagle Law Offices, P.S. handles international relocation and those relating to out of state job offers. Call us at (206)426-6961 to speak to our Child Relocation Attorney in Olympia for more information.

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