Tacoma WA Child Visitation Attorney
A Caring Family Law Attorney in Tacoma
You may be in totally unfamiliar territory as you cope with divorce or take action on a critical matter concerning children you love. Our Tacoma, Washington, family law office is here for you in these tough times.
As you make choices that will impact your future in profound ways, we believe you deserve attentive, caring service. Attorney Rachel Rolfs will take time to discuss all your concerns thoroughly. Rachel and her paralegal will be readily accessible to you and will handle the details of your case with maximum efficiency.
Personal Attention Focused on Family Law Solutions
We want to help you work problems out and come through them with as little anger and regret as possible. Our energies are directed at finding productive solutions to the difficult issues of divorce and family law, through assertive negotiation or other methods, including mediation and collaborative law.
Rachel Rolfs is a successful family law attorney because she thrives on interaction with people, assembling and interpreting facts, and the challenge of constructive problem-solving. You can benefit from her empathetic and focused approach to issues ranging from child custody and visitation to unique aspects of a military divorce. She is well-equipped to deal with petitions for third-party custody, cases involving paternity/parentage, and other family law matters.
For Experienced, Caring Counsel, Call 877.531.6896
When you work with the Law Office of Rachel Rolfs on a divorce, child visitation dispute or other problem, you will know your well-being and best interests are on our minds. Our intent is not to churn through as many cases as possible, but to deliver maximum effort and make each client feel like they are our only client.
We counsel and represent people throughout Pierce County. From Puyallup and Fife to Orting and Roy, and Gig Harbor to Lakewood and the nearby military bases, you can contact attorney Rachel Rolfs for experienced, caring counsel on your family law problems.