Child Relocation Attorney Redmond

Uprooting a child due to relocation is a serious decision, especially if it is outside Washington or the country. Parenting becomes even more challenging when done from two separate households, let alone different states or countries.

When a parent decides to relocate a child, it is important to reach an amicable agreement with the other parent. If this cannot be achieved, the courts will intervene. The Child Relocation Attorney in Redmond at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can assist in this situation.

In child relocation actions, it is the discretion of the court to make decisions in the best interests of the child. We understand and hold vast experience in the child relocation criteria utilized by the court system.

Call Eagle Law Offices, P.S. today at 1-877-579-0650 to speak to our Child Relocation Attorney in Redmond about your case.

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