Child Support Attorney Tacoma

Led by prominent attorney Paul Eagle, Eagle Law Offices, P.S. is experienced in representing clients with Family, Criminal and Estate Planning legal matters including Child Support in Tacoma.

Whether you are going through a divorce, legal separation, paternity action or trying to modify an existing child support order, the amount you pay or receive in support is dictated by Washington legislation. The experienced child support attorney at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can guide you through the child support process and help with any questions that may arise in order to yield the best results.

The amount expected to be contributed for support of your children is directly related to the percentage of income earned. The courts always take into consideration the income of both parents before they make a decision in relation to a child support order.

If your spouse withholds income, we’ll prove it in court so you can get what you lawfully need and deserve. The bottom line is that your children need to be supported financially and Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will fight for the welfare of any children involved. To speak to our Child Support Attorney in Tacoma and for more information, call us today at 1-877-579-0650.


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