Wills Attorney Everett

If you have been considering drafting a will, contact a Wills Attorney in Everett in order help you through this specific and overwhelming process. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will provide you with a professional attorney in order to assist in planning to protect your assets and property effectively.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S., directed by attorney Paul Eagle, has vast experience representing clients with legal matters pertaining to family, estate planning, and the drafting of wills. Items such as land, property, automobiles, clothing, or furniture can all be divided after death through a will as well as some intangible items.

Working with a professional attorney to craft a will is highly recommended due to the specific nature and divisions of one’s assets.  Our professional staff is dedicated to superior service and provides “hands-on” involvement from start to finish.  We offer personalized service and individualized attention to detail with all our clients.

Contact the Wills Attorney in Everett at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. for specific questions about your estate at 1-877-579-0650. We are pleased to offer a confidential consultation in our office by appointment or a complimentary conference by telephone.

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