Our Trusted Team of Lawyers Providing quality legal services in the greater Tri-Cities area for a combined 125 years. Jan R. ArmstrongMember email@example.com Jan R. Armstrong Jan was raised in Harrington, Washington, where his parents owned and operated a dry-land wheat farm. After graduating from college at Washington State University, where he met and married the love of his life, Gail, they moved to Seattle, Washington. Jan attended the University of Washington School Law and graduated in 1978. After passing the July 1978 bar examination, Jan and Gail moved to Kennewick, where they have continued to reside. Jan has been practicing law in Richland since December 1978. Gail taught high school English at Kamiakin High School and was a counselor at Southridge High School until her retirement in 2011. Jan and Gail enjoy reading, going to movies, cooking, tending to their plants, vacationing in tropical places, and spending time spoiling their dogs. The Practices Jan focuses on are: Elder Law/Medicaid Planning Estate and Trust Planning Guardianship Mediation/ Arbitration Probate and Trust Administration Bio Info. Arthur D. KlymMember firstname.lastname@example.org Arthur D. Klym Art was raised in Cornelius, Oregon on a chicken farm. He graduated from Walla Walla College in 1974. He attended Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Oregon and there earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence in 1977. After passing the bar exam in 1977, he began his career in Walla Walla. He moved to the Tri-Cities in 1980 and has practiced there ever since. Art has been married to his wife, Cheryl, since 1980. She teaches English as a Second Language at a local college. They have three adult children who are respectively located in Seattle, Portland, and Kennewick. Art is active in local theater productions appearing in four productions in 2016 and 2017. He also volunteers as a Western Hockey League off-ice official at Tri-City Americans hockey games. He has served on the Board of Directors of several local non-profit organizations and was a founding board member of two such organizations. The Practices Art focuses on are: Family Law Adoptions Estate Planning Probate Civil Litigation Real Estate Bio Info. Randy L. Jameson Jr.Member email@example.com Randy L. Jameson Jr. Randy is a graduate of Kamiakin High School and grew up in the Tri-Cities. He received his Associate Arts degree from Columbia Basin College after which he transferred to Washington State University in Pullman, WA. Randy graduated with honors and a double major in history and sociology in 1995. After graduating college, Randy returned home to the Tri-Cities and took a year off during which he worked in the auto mechanic and construction fields. Randy then decided to pursue a career in law as recommended by his college counselors. Enjoying the small town college atmosphere, Randy decided to attend law school at the University of Idaho in Moscow, ID. Randy graduated with his JD from the University of Idaho in 2000. After a brief move to the Seattle area to study for and take the bar exam, Randy returned to the Tri-Cities where he began his career as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for the Benton County Prosecutors office. Working as a prosecutor he gained valuable trial experience and prosecuted a wide variety of criminal offenses. Randy's experience as a Deputy Prosecutor exposed him to working with numerous local Defense attorneys. In 2002, after a little over a year as a Deputy Prosecutor, Randy was asked to enter private practice and was hired as an associate attorney at Armstrong, Klym, Waite, and Atwood. After only two years Randy became a partner with the firm and he has practiced with the firm since. Randy is an active member of the Washington State Bar Association, the Benton Franklin Bar Association, and the Eastern District of Washington Federal Bar Association. As a husband and father, he enjoys volunteering each year for 4H equine and equestrian events, including announcing equestrian events at the Benton-Franklin County Fair. Randy also enjoys working on automotive projects, which has been a lifelong hobby of his, with his father who was an automobile mechanic for his entire career. Appellate Decisions: Washington Court of Appeals Division III :State v. Brown, 432 P.3d 1241, 1247 (Wash. Ct. App. 2019) Bio Info.