Eagle Law Offices, PS Is Proud To Announce Significant Accomplishments For 2018-2019

October 16, 2019  

Paul F. Eagle has been appointed pro tempore Family Law Court Commissioner for King County Superior Court. Mr. Eagle looks forward to serving the people of King County in family court in his capacity as a pro tempore Court Commissioner.

Paul F. Eagle Appointed Pro Tempore Family Law Court Commissioner For King County Superior Court

October 15, 2019  

A Northwest native, Paul F. Eagle has deep roots in Seattle and the general King County region. Raised by his beloved single-parent mother, and the youngest of thirteen children, Mr. Eagle grew-up in Green Lake and Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle. “I am so appreciative of the significant responsibility and genuinely thankful for the opportunity to…

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. Recognized by Expertise.com for Best Divorce Lawyers in Seattle 2018

January 25, 2018  

Best Divorce Lawyers in Seattle 2018 Eagle Law Offices, P.S. has once again been recognized as one of the best divorce lawyers in Seattle as part of Expertise.com’s featured list for 2018. Each year, Expertise.com performs an analysis on all previously selected businesses to ensure they meet standards of excellence for consumers, and Eagle Law…

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. Celebrates 10 Years of Practicing Family Law, Criminal Law & Estate Planning

October 27, 2014  

PR Web – Eagle Law Offices, P.S., which has represented hundreds of clients in Family Law, Criminal Law & Estate Planning throughout King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Kitsap counties, reached its 10th successful year in practice this November.

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