Gay and Lesbian Family Law and Committed Intimate Relationships Everett

Though same sex marriage is now is now legal in Washington, the law does not recognize committed intimate relationships for same sex couples. To understand more, speak with an attorney who specializes in Gay and Lesbian Family Law and Committed Intimate Relationships in Everett.

This attorney is available at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. Our law firm, led by prominent attorney Paul Eagle, has extensive knowledge of family and criminal law. This has allowed us to establish contacts within the legal community for your benefit. Our professional offices proudly serve gay and lesbian families throughout the Western Washington area, and strongly believe that all people deserve access to fair and qualified legal representation.

Through our decades of experience in family law matters, we have assisted many same sex couples with dignified and skilled representation.

Our attorney who specializes in Gay and Lesbian Family Law and Committed Intimate Relationships in Everett can help you in your unique situation. Call Eagle Law Offices, P.S.today at 1-877-579-0650.

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