Beau is a local to the Tri-City Area. He grew up working for his father at Ruff’s... more
Beau is a local to the Tri-City Area. He grew up working for his father at Ruff’s Giant Burgers. He graduated from Kamiakin High School and attended Gonzaga where he obtained both his bachelor’s degree and Juris Doctor degree. After graduating law school, Beau entered the U.S. Army as an attorney in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. He served for four years, including a year-long tour to Iraq... view profile
Since 2007 attorney Patrick J. Galloway has been serving clients in Eastern... more
Since 2007 attorney Patrick J. Galloway has been serving clients in Eastern Washington and beyond. Prior to forming Advance Legal Services, Patrick worked at Kerr Law Group in Kennewick, WA where he provided a variety of businesses, government entities, charities and individuals with legal representation and consultative services. Patrick handled legal matters involving estates and probates, co... view profile
I enjoy the practice of law. It allows me the opportunity to help people in a... more
I enjoy the practice of law. It allows me the opportunity to help people in a meaningful way. Although I grew up in Alaska, I've enjoyed getting to know the Tri-Cities and become part of the very friendly and cooperative legal community.
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