Join us in congratulating our very own Paul Eagle, who has been recognized as a 2018 Top Lawyer in Washington for the highest ethical standards & professional excellence by The Legal Network.
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Position: Administrative Assistant/File Clerk
Location: Downtown Seattle
Hours: 8 pm -5 pm, part-time
High volume Family Law and Criminal practice is seeking a part-time administrative assistant/file clerk to support the attorney and other staff. Tasks include filing, scanning, calendaring, answering a multi-line phone, and interacting with clients. Prior experience as a legal file clerk a plus. Prior administrative experience required.
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Client Champion 2017, Silver Distinction
Awarded to Paul Francis Eagle
Eagle Law Offices is proud to have been recognized for a very high rating in both legal ability & ethical standards. The notable rating is earned through a strenuous Peer Review Rating process that is managed and monitored by the world’s most trusted legal resource, Martindale-Hubbell.
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Recently, Martindale-Hubbell® announced that Paul F. Eagle of Eagle Law Offices was Highly Rated in Both Legal Ability & Ethical Standards.
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In November 2014, Eagle Law Offices, P.S. passes the milestone of 10 successful years of serving clients in King, Snohomish, Kitsap and Pierce counties with effective, exemplary and experienced legal representation.
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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.
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Divorce is a regrettable situation. It is hard on everyone involved, parents, children, grandparents and friends. Having a “no-fault” divorce is one way for it to be just a little less difficult. This means no blame or wrongdoing is placed on either party for the dissolution of the marriage. Common reasons referring to this type of divorce include “irreconcilable differences” and “incompatibility.” If there is a “best case scenario” for divorce, a no fault divorce is it.
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