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Patric Smith is one of three Deputy Prosecuting Attorneys in the Yakima County Prosecutor's Child Support Division. We establish parentage for children, enter appropriate child support orders, modify child support orders, and assist in enforcing child support for children, whether or not they receive public assistance. Referrals to establish parentage or work in court relating to child support come from applications to the Division of Child Support.


Practice areas


  1. Child Support: 80%
    16 years, 2.3 thousand cases
  2. Divorce & Separation: 19%
    27 years, 150 cases
  3. Arbitration: 1%
    15 years, 7 cases

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Contact info

117 N 3rd St Ste 203
Yakima, WA, 98901-2766


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Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Senior Deputy Prosecuting AttorneyYakima County Prosecuting Attorney/Child Support2004 - Present
Attorney at LawTamaki Law Offices1999 - 2003
Deputy Prosecuting AttorneyYakima County Prosecuting Attorney/Child Support1995 - 1999
Attorney at LawLaw Office of Patric S. Smith1985 - 1995
Association namePosition nameDuration
Federal Court, Western District of WashingtonAdmitted to Practice2000 - Present
N/AN/A2000 - Present
Washington State Trial Lawyers AssociationN/A1999 - 2003
Federal Court, Eastern District of WashingtonAdmitted to Practice1999 - Present
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Oregon School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1985
University of WashingtonN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1981
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Washington Association of Prosecuting Attorneys Annual ConferenceEthics2007