Richard P. Patrick, Attorney at Law
Free consultation: 253-858-6800
Our firm in Gig Harbor, Washington, is devoted to friendly, personal attention tailored to the specific needs of each client.
Richard Patrick is a graduate of both Seattle University Albers School of Business and Seattle University School of Law. He has decades of business and life experiences. Together, with his formal education, he provides superior and sage counseling.
Litigation, negotiations, and legal maneuvering can be financially – and emotionally – costly. Richard strives to offer the highest quality of legal representation at a reasonable cost, always mindful of the emotional toll legal processes can have on people.
Richard is tough and his clients appreciate his careful and thoughtful legal strategy. He is dedicated to his clients, and he leads the way with a calm, yet firm, plan. He doesn't waste your time and money on theater and antics that may appear to have significant value in the beginning of your legal matter, but later are seen for what they are: Theatrics that cost you money and take an emotional toll for little or no return.
Before you waste your money, time, and emotions by hiring a “bull dog,” consider Richard Patrick. He will provide you with strong and committed direction. He will initially meet with you, at no cost, for as long as it takes, to thoroughly discuss, understand, and explain your options.
Areas of practice:
If you've suffered harm due to an accident or injury that might be the fault of another, we can help, but you must act quickly.
We'll guide you through this emotional, stressful, and complex time to protect your family and assets.
Protect yourself and provide for your loved ones with careful planning, asset protection, and estate administration.
Advice and guidance for new and existing businesses, including business formation and contract disputes.
We'll help you evaluate your potential claims to establish the best direction to work toward successful outcomes.
Richard Patrick's many years of owning and operating fishing vessels bring a valuable perspective to this unique area of law.