Non-Parental Custody Attorney Olympia

When a court considers non-parental custody, the children involved are of primary concern. The parents must be found unfit or unwilling to meet parental responsibilities to award custody to the petitioner. To learn more regarding non-parental custody, seek the legal services of the Non-Parental Custody Attorney in Olympia at Eagle Law Offices, P.S.

We are a law firm with operations all over Washington. Led by attorney Paul Eagle, we have extensive knowledge of family legal issues and we will utilize our legal community contacts to assist with your case.

We will administrate your situation with sensitivity and respect, and we feel a strong sense of responsibility regarding the best interests of the children involved in your non-parental custody battle.

Call Eagle Law Offices, P.S. at 1-877-579-0650 to discuss your circumstances with our Non-Parental Custody Attorney in Olympia. Obtain general information about our services on our blog and FAQ page.

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