Child Support Attorney Kirkland

Child support payment determinations are dictated by Washington legislation, regardless of your personal situation. Retaining the services of an attorney who is well-versed in Washington legislation relating to child support is critical to ensure that your child or children are supported financially.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. is a law firm with extensive experience in representing both parties in child support matters and effectively presents compelling cases to the court. It is important to note that the amount contributed for child support is directly linked to the percentage of income between parents including additional key contributing factors.

Our firm has decades of experience in child support matters in the Western Washington area and holds vast experience in Family Law proceedings.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. offers a quality Child Support Attorney in Kirkland. Contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation at (206)426-6961. We look forward to hearing from you.

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