Pasco, Washington Divorce Lawyers
Ashby Law is a client-centered law firm. Southeast Washington's only multi-lawyer firm that practices strictly family law in order to meet the daily crisis and challenges of our clients. Our firm combines the accessibility and attentiveness of a small firm with the skill, experience and resources commonly associated with large law firms. Our attorneys listen to you and want to understand your goals for your family’s future. Ashby Law is invested in strategically fighting for the long term well being of our client's families. Ashby Law believes in putting our clients in the driver's seat through constant communication....
Mr. LaMusga has represented clients with issues involving family law, criminal defense, business formation, estate planning, probate, Indian law, Social Security Disability, and general civil litigation. He focuses on representing individuals in difficult and trying situations because he finds representing people through some of their most challenging life experiences to be rewarding. Asa seeks amicable resolution where possible in order to reduce conflict and costs while obtaining the best possible results for his clients, but he also enjoys litigation in order to hold others accountable when they fail to do the right thing. Mr. LaMusga is licensed to practice...
710 George Washington Way
Richland, WA 99352
Richland, WA 99352
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John is a fully-grounded Tri Citian: he grew up and attended schools in Richland (K-12, graduating in 1975), he practiced law in Pasco, and since 2000, he has been a Kennewick Attorney. After high school, John served a U.S. Navy enlistment as an Electronics Technician. He later worked for several years in the nuclear power plant construction/maintenance industry as an Electrical Construction Engineer. John earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science (with a minor in Computer Science) in 1988 from the University of California at San Diego. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree in 1991 from...
Before law school, I was going to be a Professor of Spanish Literature because I love books and learning about people and cultures. But a few things came up along my way into academia—kids. My oldest are twins and were born just before I finished as an undergraduate at BYU. My third was born when I was finishing up graduate school at Stanford. Number four came along part way through law school. I love being a father and I discovered that people are far more interesting than books. Being an attorney empowers me to help resolve problems.