Paternity/Parentage Attorney Olympia

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. represents both mothers and fathers in paternity actions. Our Paternity/Parentage Attorney in Olympia is knowledgeable and skilled in this area.

Our firm operates in many cities in Washington and is based in Seattle. Paul Eagle leads our law firm with extensive experience representing clients in all types of family, criminal and estate planning issues. We also take advantage of our contacts within the legal community to assist in your particular situation. At Eagle Law Offices, P.S., we support your right to confirm legal parentage.

Call Eagle Law Offices, P.S. at 1-877-579-0650 for a free telephone conference with our Paternity/Parentage Attorney in Olympia. Resolve your immediate questions by seeking information on our FAQ page or blog or by emailing us about your case. Schedule a confidential consultation in our office by appointment. We are pleased to offer meetings on Saturdays as well.

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