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Eastside Mediation & Arbitration Eastside Mediation & Arbitration
Helping Washington Families Solve Legal Disputes

Providing Legal Consultation And Advice To Families

Washington attorney Darcia C. Tudor consults with individuals, couples and families on a variety of issues that involve legal and psychological components. As founder of Eastside Mediation and Arbitration in Kirkland, Ms. Tudor applies her unique skill set to helping people from all walks of life resolve issues when family problems and legal matters intersect.

She frequently consults with parents of "at risk teenagers," couples with "special needs" children who have individual education plans in their schools, children of "aging parents" considering "guardianship" or less restrictive options, individuals considering divorce, in disputes over child support or parenting plans, and parents of adoptee's with severe behavioral problems.

Working To Resolve Underlying Issues To Reach Effective Solutions

When families are in crisis there is a need to look at both the psychological problem underlying the legal issue, or the legal dispute creating the emotional problem. Darcia's dual background in law and psychology provides a unique opportunity to obtain advice from one professional, who understands the relationship between the two. She is prepared to examine your situation and help you determine the best path for moving forward with your life.

Contact A Lawyer Who Understands Psychological Matters

If you or your family members are experiencing legal issues and are looking for a way to resolve matters without going through litigation, Ms. Tudor is available to provide you with consultation and advice. To arrange an initial consultation to discuss your situation, call 206-547-3166. You may also contact Ms. Tudor via email and she will respond promptly.

Contact Darcia C. Tudor at Eastside Mediation & Arbitration

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