Best Divorce Lawyers in Seattle 2018 Eagle Law Offices 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… [...]
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. [...]
“A while back, my family was involved in a dependency case with CPS. It was one of the most difficult periods of my life and the staff at Eagle Law stood with me all the way. It took about two years, but in the end the case was resolved successfully and my family is back together and happy. My heart goes out to anyone dealing with this situation and I would definitely recommend Eagle Law to get you through it.”
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