Kimberly Osenbaugh

Bankruptcy Attorney with 47 Years Experience

Bar of Washington, Washington, Washington

Seattle, WA 98104
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About Kimberly Osenbaugh

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • Bar of Washington

    Admitted in

  • Washington

    Admitted in 1973

  • Washington

    Admitted in


  • K&L Gates



  • English


Kimberly Osenbaugh's Office Location

925 4th Avenue

Seattle, WA 98104

Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Kimberly Osenbaugh practice in?

Kimberly Osenbaugh is admitted to practice in Bar of Washington, Washington and Washington.

How many years of experience does Kimberly Osenbaugh have?

Kimberly Osenbaugh has 47 years experience.

What types of law does Kimberly Osenbaugh practice?

Kimberly Osenbaugh practices bankruptcy law as well as business law, energy, oil & gas law and real estate law.

Where is Kimberly Osenbaugh's office located?

Kimberly Osenbaugh's office is located at 925 4th Avenue Seattle, WA 98104.

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