Child Relocation Attorney Seattle

Uprooting a child due to divorce or separation is a serious decision between parents. Often during this process, both parties are unable to reach an amicable resolution. In this situation, it is necessary to involve a Child Relocation Attorney to help you navigate through the process effectively. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. is experienced in handling child relocation and understands the complexity of circumstances where the parents may be at odds.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will inform you of your rights and how to leverage them in the best interests of your child. Our staff is well versed in child relocation regulations and can provide insight in order to yield the best results possible for the family as a whole, especially children.

Contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. today at (206)426-6961 to speak to our Child Relocation Attorney in Seattle. You may benefit from our flat fee services if you decide against retainer fees. We look forward to speaking with you.



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