Seattle Family Law

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. has a team of associates specializing in Family Law. We understand the impact marriage and divorce has on your personal life. As such, we strive to provide the most comfortable solution for every client and situation.

Alimony/Spousal Maintenancefinancial support provided to one spouse from the other after a divorce, separation or invalidity proceeding. Not determined by fault, spousal maintenance is based on financial needs. Unlike child support, alimony allows a significant degree of discretion to the court. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will assure that the spousal maintenance is fair and equitable, while assuring you receive/pay exactly what you deserve.

Child Support – Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will advocate for “the best interests of the child” in custody arrangements. If an arrangement cannot be reached by the parents, the court will decide custody of your children.

Divorce / Annulmentthe associates at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can handle all the aspects of ending a marriage in a sensitive manner. Whether you are seeking a “decree of invalidity” (annulment) or divorce, the process can be emotionally and physically taxing. We will make the process as painless as possible.

Domestic Violence is defined as a pattern of physical and/or emotional abuse to control another person with whom the abuser has an intimate or family relationship with. If you are charged with felony or misdemeanor domestic abuse, Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can help defend your rights such that the trauma to your family is minimal. We are advocates for seeking the help necessary to end the violence. If you are being abused, seek professional help immediately by calling the Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-562-6025.

Legal Separationwhen a married couple is separating, but not ending the marriage. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. Family Law associates can help you determine if legal separation is a more practical solution for you and your spouse, as we guide you through the process.

Modificationsfor spousal and child support, the payments, a request for modification can be requested by either party under certain conditions. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will keep you apprised of such instances that allow you to request either an increase, decrease or cessation of support.

Non-Parental Custodyto obtain custody of a child or children that are not your own. The action may be brought before the court if the child is not in custody of either parent, or both parents are unsuitable custodians. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will advocate for the interests of the child; aggressively fighting for what is best for any children that are involved.

Paternity/Parentage establishing a child’s paternity means determining the child’s biological father. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. understands the implications – emotional, medical, and financial – of determining paternity. We will handle the situation in a sensitive manner and always advocate for “what is best for the child.”

Relocationsfor parents not living together, the custodial parent of the children has the right to relocate; the courts, however, can order adults not to move their minor children. This is most often applied when the parents have a binding “Parenting Plan”. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will advocate for “what is best for the child”, while assuring that your rights are maintained.

Restraining Ordersif you are a victim of domestic violence, Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can help with the process of procuring a restraining order against the abusive spouse. If you have been served with a restraining order, we can help you navigate the legalities of the order.

Visitationusually, separating parents agree to a visitation plan which the court will generally approve. If the parents cannot agree to a visitation schedule, the court will decide. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will advocate for the rights of the child and help determine the best arrangement for all parties.

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