A community volunteer throughout his entire life, Coke Roth most enjoys helping others feel settled and giving them peace of mind when it comes to their financial security.
Roth’s law practice focuses mainly on estate planning, business and commercial law, landlord/tenant law and real estate. He does a lot of pro bono non-profit work and also makes house calls to those who can’t make it into his office.
“I take a great deal of pleasure in lending assistance to people with their estate planning,” said Roth. “I try to provide access to the important things that people need, particularly in the toughest times of their lives. To give families some relief and guidance at that point is really irreplaceable.”
Roth also affirmed his conviction that members of the legal community all work together and support and rely on each other.
“The legal community around here are all very benevolent with their time,” said Roth. “They are constantly volunteering their legal services and I really take my hat off to my counterparts.”
Roth savors being an international wine judge, watching the Tri-City Americans play hockey and spending time with his children, grandchildren and great grandchild, as well as his wife, whom he expressed as an “unbelievably charitable and loving individual. I couldn’t ask for a better person to be married to.”
1. Coke Roth
8836 W. Gage Blvd., Kennewick
2. Brian Roach
9221 Sandifur Pkwy., Ste. C, Pasco509-547-7587
3. Gravis Law
710 George Washington Way, Ste. B-B, Richland, 509-380-9102