Restraining Order Attorney Kirkland

When you decide to file a restraining order, there are quite a few legal matters to consider. A Restraining Order Attorney in Kirkland from Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can help in this regard. We will provide you with a competent and experienced restraining order attorney who has extensive experience with criminal law.

The person filing a restraining order must show just cause and appear in court before a commissioner. A restraining order becomes effective immediately when granted.  We understand that it can be scary to file for a restraining order. Our firm will walk you through the process to ensure that protection is received quickly.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. also represents persons combating a restraining order. We are experienced in handling both ends of the spectrum effectively in restraining order cases.

Our staff provides decades of experience in criminal law matters, and can work with you from beginning to end of your case to achieve the most positive outcome.

To speak to our Restraining Order Attorney in Kirkland, call our office at 1-877-579-0650. You may also send us a fax at 206.624.8880 or email us about your case. If you wish to speak to our attorney in person, schedule a confidential consultation. Allow us to assist you with your restraining order case.

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