Non Parental Custody Attorney Kirkland

When a court must decide a non-parental custody case, the main priority is what is best for the children involved. If you are seeking non-parental custody, you need the legal services of a Non Parental Custody Attorney in Kirkland. Eagle Law Offices, P.S. will provide you with this attorney.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. is a law firm experienced in family, criminal and estate planning legal issues. Headed by attorney Paul Eagle, our firm has beneficial contacts within the legal community for use in your case.  We will seek the best possible result in your non-parental custody case.

We also represent parents in non-parental custody battles who want to keep their children and can prove that they are fit parents. We understand both sides of the issue and can offer legal representation in either circumstance.

If you are interested in the legal services of a Non Parental Custody Attorney in Kirkland, contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. today at 1-877-579-0650.


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