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Richard F. Goodson

Partner
PHONE 208.388.4812   FAX 208.954.5220   EMAIL rgoodson@hawleytroxell.com

Having practiced law for over 35 years, Rick Goodson represents sellers, buyers, and developers in connection with the acquisition, disposition, and development of residential, commercial, multi-family complexes, and agricultural real property. During his career, Rick has represented lenders and borrowers in commercial in-state and multi-state secured and unsecured lending transactions, foreclosures, and workout arrangements. He also represents clients in the acquisition and sale of their businesses and in franchise developments.

Probate work has also been part of Mr. Goodson’s practice since the early 1980s, including multi-state probate issues.


Practice Areas

Education

Law School: Gonzaga University, J.D., 1974

Undergraduate: Gonzaga University, B.B.A., 1971

Community Activities

Basque Foundation, Inc. (d/b/a Euzkaldunak), former member of the Board of Directors

Former and current member of the board of directors of various non-profit organizations

 



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