Areas of Practice

The professionals at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. are available to help you in several areas of law, with particular emphasis in all facets of family law and divorce.  Our comprehensive family law practice, located in the Seattle-Tacoma, WA area, is dedicated to providing you with professional legal representation to address and resolve family matters including divorce, child support and custody.

Our practice also encompasses estate planning (wills, powers of attorney, etc.) and criminal law.

Please contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. for a no-obligation telephone consultation to discuss your legal needs.

 Family Law

(Click on links below for additional family law information):

Alimony/Spousal Maintenance
Annulment/Declarations of Invalidity
Child Support
Committed Intimate Relationships
Divorce
Domestic Partnerships
Domestic Violence
Legal Separation
Modifications
Non-Parental Custody
Paternity/Parentage
Relocations
Restraining Orders
Visitation

Criminal Law

Felonies
Gross Misdemeanors
Juvenile Crimes

Estate Planning

Wills
Living Wills
Durable Powers of Attorney
Domestic Partner Agreements

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