How To: Use Excel documents during a Divorce

September 4, 2014  

There are few events in life that can cause significant personal change. Marriage, birth and death are some of them. Divorce is another. For information and/or a free divorce attorney consultation in Seattle contact us now. As an experienced divorce law firm, we understand the process of divorce can be frustrating, expensive, emotional, and painful.…

In Need of a Divorce Attorney?

November 12, 2013  

Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can provide you with the legal support you need in order to work through the stress and confusion as a result of your divorce or legal separation. There is a lot to consider in any legal separation or divorce situation. A fair division of your finances, spousal support, child support and custody are…

Whom to Contact When Looking for a Family Law Attorney

October 19, 2013  

Are you in need of a reputable Seattle Family Law Attorney? Contact Eagle Law Offices, P.S. Paul Eagle has the experience and legal knowledge to help you with all of your family law issues and will help you find the peace of mind you need. At Eagle Law Offices, P.S., we make your legal situation…

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