Non-Parental Custody Attorney Redmond

When considering non-parental custody, the court’s main priority is what is best for the children involved. This is where a Non-Parental Custody Attorney in Redmond can assist you.

Our firm, led by attorney Paul Eagle, has vast experience representing clients with family law situations. This has enabled us to establish contacts within the legal community to benefit you as our client.

We will administrate your case with respect, intensity and sensitivity and feel a sense of responsibility regarding the best interests of the child or children in these difficult circumstances.

Contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. today at 1-877-579-0650 to speak to our Non-Parental Custody Attorney in Redmond in a free telephone conference. You may also benefit from flat fee services if you decide against retainer fees. Visit our FAQ page and blog for helpful information.

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