Non-Parental Custody Attorney Everett

When issues of non-parental custody arise in court, the judge’s main priority is determining what is best for the child or children involved. Specific guidelines must be met for the court to award custody to the petitioner. These legal proceedings benefit from a competent and knowledgeable Non-Parental Custody Attorney in Everett. This attorney is available at Eagle Law Offices, P.S.

Our law firm serves individuals throughout Western Washington and has decades of experience in family law matters of all sensitivities.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will work closely with you to learn as much as possible about the situation and will handle the case with sensitivity, respect and integrity. We feel a sense of responsibility regarding the best interests of the child and will always fight to achieve the best possible outcome.

By calling us at 1-877-579-0650, you will receive a free telephone consultation with our Non-Parental Custody Attorney in Everett. Additionally, you may schedule a confidential meeting upon request.

 

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