Restraining Order Attorney Tacoma

Filing a restraining order is more complex than you may realize. A Restraining Order Attorney in Tacoma can provide more information about the intricacies of restraining orders in order to facilitate your request quickly. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can help.

We are a law firm led by attorney Paul Eagle, with vast experience representing persons in all aspects of criminal and family law.

A violation of a restraining order is a very serious offense and leads to severe penalties. Our Restraining Order Attorney in Tacoma will offer legal counsel whether you are seeking a restraining order, have been served a restraining order or have violated one.

Contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. by phone at 1-877-579-0650, by email or fax. For a more comprehensive and confidential consultation, schedule an appointment. Saturdays are available by prior arrangement. Learn more about our services on our blog and FAQ page.

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