About Our Attorneys
Robert Moberg is a life-long native Oregonian. He was born and raised in Astoria, Oregon, where he learned the fishing trade at the age of 14. He was a commercial gillnet fisherman in Astoria and Bristol Bay, Alaska, where he earned the money to pay his college tuition. Bob graduated from Willamette University in 1969 and Willamette Law School in 1972. He also served in the National Guard from 1969 to 1975. He has been married to his wife, Kathy Moberg, for 38 years. They have three daughters.
Bob Moberg served as a Marion County Deputy District Attorney after graduation. He started practicing law in Seaside in 1974. He has been at 842 Broadway, for the past 35 years. Mr. Moberg specializes in wills and estate planning, business law, and financial and bankruptcy matters. He has worked in domestic relations and is a mediator and arbitrator. He has been the Seaside Municipal Court Judge for 33 years.
Mr. Moberg has been an active member of the Seaside Rotary Club, and served on the Seaside School Board for 13 years. Bob has been a member of the Seaside Providence Hospital Foundation and a director on the Clatsop Behavioral Health Board. He is a member of the Oregon Community Foundation. Bob and his family have been long-time members of the Seaside Catholic Church.
Mr. Moberg's areas of specialization include:
- Wills, Trusts, Estates, Conservatorships, Guardianships and Powers of Attorney
- Bankruptcy and Financial
- Business Law
- Family Law and Property Matters
- Mediation and Arbitration
Jeremy Rust is a native Oregonian. He grew up in Eugene, Oregon, where his parents instilled a unique desire to be self-employed, an Oregonian work ethic and a tremendous love for the outdoors. Jeremy enjoys many types of recreational outdoor activities from waterfowl hunting in the fall, to fishing for chinook in the spring.
Jeremy graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelors of Science, majoring in general science, minoring in chemistry and spending a semester at the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology in Charleston, Oregon.
In addition to the law, Jeremy has held jobs as a janitor, construction laborer, restaurant equipment salesman and service technician, and spent three and a half years in commercial refrigeration. Working in the commercial refrigeration trade and traveling Oregon and Washington to build and remodel large chain grocery stores was an experience as defining as it was life changing. Jeremy enjoyed the responsibility of overseeing large, new construction and remodel projects from start to finish, and interacting with customers, store personnel and other tradesmen. However, he continued to have a desire to meet professional goals he set for himself in high school and become rooted in a single community.
Jeremy is a 2009 graduate of the University of Oregon School of Law. While in law school, he interned in the Crook County Counsel’s Office and participated as a student attorney at the Lane County Legal Aid and Advocacy Center. Both of these experiences provided hands on experience in diverse areas of law and allowed Jeremy to work with people from different walks of life on a variety of legal issues.
Jeremy intends on growing a general practice in Clatsop County, in addition to his work in and around the Portland area. His particular areas of interest are: Estate Planning, Family Law, Small Business set-up, development and litigation, Bankruptcy, Residential and Commercial Tenancy Disputes.
Jeremy is chair of the Clatsop Behavioral Health board and an active volunteer for other North Coast organizations.
Jim Casterline practices in the areas of Real Estate, Business, Elder Law, and
He has many years of work in Real Estate Law as a title insurance company counsel, title agency owner and practicing attorney. He is has served on the Education Committee for the Real Estate and Land Use Section of the Oregon State Bar for seven years, many of them as the committee chair, and also serves on the Executive Committee of the section. He is known as an educator in real estate and tax deferred exchanges by his peers in the Oregon State Bar. He has written six books and hundreds of articles for publication. In addition to practicing law, he has been a business owner. He was a pioneer in the IRC Section 1031 facilitator industry and owns Casterline Henriksbo Exchange Service Company with Paula Henriksbo-Teevin. He specializes in difficult Guardian/ Conservatorship work.
Jim graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Arts, has a Masters of Arts from Southern Oregon College (now known as Southern Oregon University) and has a Juris Doctor from Willamette University College of Law. He has been admitted to the Oregon State Bar since 1976.
In addition to his professional activities with the Oregon State Bar,Jim is active in Seaside Rotary, is President of the South County Community Food Bank, is a Trustee of Seaside Elks Lodge No. 1748, is a Trustee of Our Lady of Victory John Paul the Great Council of the Knights of Columbus, and volunteers for Partners for Seniors.
Mr. Casterline's areas of practice include:
- Real Estate and Land Use including deeds, contracts, mortgages, trust deeds, easements and other real estate documents
- Business Law including corporations, partnerships, LLCs and collection work
including wills, trusts, estates, conservatorships, guardianships and powers of attorney
- Animal Law including Pet Trusts, Pet Powers of Attorney and other animal law questions