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Leavy Schultz Davis is one of the Mid-Columbia’s longest standing law firms serving Eastern Washington, Kennewick, Richland, Pasco, and the greater Tri-Cities area with its origins dating back to 1947, when James Leavy helped his first client. The tradition of exceptional legal service to Tri-Cities businesses and families is carried on by current partners John Schultz, William Davis, Robert Schultz, Brian Davis and Ryan Blodgett. Since our humble beginnings in 1947, our firm has grown into one of the area’s largest law firms in Southeastern Washington.

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    Leavy Schultz Davis, P.S.
    2415 W Falls Ave
    Kennewick, WA 99336
    46.214282,-119.15187
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    Kennewick, WA 99336

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