Non-Parental Custody Attorney Seattle

When a court must decide non-parental custody, the main priority is what is best for the children involved. The legal expertise of a Non-Parental Custody Attorney Seattle is required who can fight to obtain the best results for any children. This attorney is available for legal counsel at Eagle Law Offices, P.S.

Our law firm is based in Seattle but operates all over Washington. Spearheaded by prominent attorney Paul Eagle, we have extensive experience representing clients in family, criminal and estate planning legal matters, including non-parental custody situations.

The staff at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. provides premiere services and attention to detail for all of our clients.  We will stand by you throughout the process to make sure the case is handled professionally at all times.

Call Eagle Law Offices, P.S. at 1-877-579-0650 today to speak to our Non-Parental Custody Attorney Seattle in a free telephone consultation. You may email us, send us a fax at 206.624.8880 or schedule a confidential conference with Saturday appointments available upon request.

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