Paternity/Parentage Attorney Tacoma

Are you seeking a law firm that represents both mothers and fathers in paternity actions and is not biased toward either gender? Our Paternity/Parentage Attorney in Tacoma at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will provide you with all the legal information and assistance you require in your case.

Attorney Paul Eagle leads our law firm with decades of experience relating to criminal, family and estate planning issues. Our clients benefit from our contacts within the legal fraternity.

At Eagle Law Offices, P.S., we support your right to confirm legal parentage, no matter what the reason may be. We work closely with you to establish parental rights.

To speak to our Paternity/Parentage Attorney in Tacoma, give Eagle Law Offices, P.S. a call at 1-877-579-0650. Not only will you benefit from a free telephone consultation, but you may also take advantage of flat fee services. Email us about your case or schedule a confidential consultation in our office.

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