Legal Separation Attorney Seattle

A legal separation, unlike a divorce, does not mean the end of a marriage. There are many reasons a couple may decide to live separate lives while still remaining legally married. To find out more information, it would prove beneficial to speak to the Legal Separation Attorney in Seattle at Eagle Law Offices, P.S.

Led by attorney Paul Eagle, our firm is located in Seattle and has decades of experience representing residents with legal separation and family law legal issues.

A legal separation attorney handles complicated and contested issues that need to be resolved between couples. This attorney can work out an agreement or court order.

For more information and legal counsel, call the Eagle Law Offices, P.S. today at 1-877-579-0650 to speak to Legal Separation Attorney in Seattle. Flat fee and retainer services are available. Schedule a confidential consultation; Saturday appointments are available upon request.

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