Paternity / Parentage Attorney Kirkland

Are you a father or mother currently considering a paternity or parentage case? Our Paternity/Parentage Attorney in Kirkland at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can assist you. With decades of experience in family legal issues, our firm has associates within the legal community available to us. Led by attorney Paul Eagle, our credentials are impeccable. We have the expertise, compassion and commitment needed for your case.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. represents mothers and fathers in paternity actions and will help you file the proper documentation with the court. Our firm supports your right to confirm legal parentage and will work closely with you to establish parental rights.

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. provides hands-on attention to detail with all our clients and compassion throughout the paternity process. We understand the complexities and confusion that are inherent of these cases, and offer professional service and knowledgeable staff.

With our flat fee or retainer pricing, you can choose from our flexible services. Call us today at 1-877-579-0650 to speak to our Paternity/Parentage Attorney in Kirkland. You may also schedule a confidential consultation, with Saturday appointments upon request. Visit our blog or FAQ page for helpful information about our firm and the services we offer.


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