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, his desire to meet professional goals he set for himself in high school and become rooted in a single community led him to law school.
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 became a partner at the firm in 2011 and intends on continuing to grow the firm’s general practice on the North Coast. His particular areas of interest are: Estate Planning, Probate and Estate Administration, Small Business set-up, development and litigation, Real Estate Law, Residential and Commercial Tenancy Disputes, and Family Law.
Jeremy is chair of the Clatsop Behavioral Health board and the Seaside Public Library Foundation board and an active volunteer for other North Coast organizations.
Before joining Moberg & Rust, Catriona worked in a variety of legal areas. While in Portland she practiced family law, estate planning, probate, and business formation before moving to the North Coast and working for a local nonprofit as a director.
At Moberg & Rust, Catriona focuses on small business set-up and development, debtor-creditor matters, and bankruptcy.
Catriona has always had a focus on families and children. During law school she represented clients in contested restraining order hearings as part of a Domestic Violence Clinic, was an intern at the Lane County District Attorney’s Office, and volunteered as a CASA for two years in Eugene. In addition, Catriona spent the summer of 2008 in Clatsop County Circuit Court as a Child Advocacy extern.
Outside of the law, Catriona has held jobs as a salmon packer, a restaurant server, a library clerk, and sold bridal gowns. She worked to help children get access to healthcare at a statewide nonprofit during her last job before law school. It was this job that helped her realize she enjoyed advocating for other people.
Catriona enjoys volunteering and welcomes local nonprofit organizations to request her time as a volunteer. She has been an assistant soccer coach for Lower Columbia Youth Soccer Association for many years, which is her favorite activity in town. She is a member of the Seaside Public Library and The Harbor (formerly Women’s Resource Center) boards.
Catriona enjoys running, fishing and clam digging, and hiking around the Pacific Northwest. She loves to travel, but her favorite past-time is relaxing and enjoying meals with her family and friends. She and her husband enjoy their taking their dogs, Nico and Apollo, hiking, hunting, and adventuring.
Catriona is an active member of the Oregon State Bar Business, Debtor-Creditor, Juvenile, and Family Law Sections. Catriona also attends Continuing Legal Education (CLE) classes in order to stay up to date on changing trends in the law.
University of California, San Diego. La Jolla, CA. B.A. 2002.
University of Oregon School of Law. Eugene, OR. Juris Doctorate. 2009.
Ashley grew up in Seaside and was happy to return to the coast after law school to help individuals and families in her community. After high school, Ashley attended Oregon State University where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Spanish minor in 2007. While at Oregon State, Ashley also participated in Camp Adventure Youth Services for three years, which enabled her to travel and work with children in Japan, Germany, and China. Ashley went on to earn a Juris Doctor from Willamette University College of Law in 2011, and a certificate from the Chinese Law program from the East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai, China.
Ashley believes it is important to give back to her community and currently serves on the Clatsop Community Action board, acts as Chair of the Sunset Park and Recreation Foundation board, and coaches 7th grade girls basketball. Additionally, Ashley founded a scholarship for Seaside High School students in 2012. In her spare time Ashley enjoys playing bingo with her friends and crabbing and other outdoor activities with her family.
At the firm, Ashley’s main areas of interest are real estate, immigration, estate planning, family law, criminal law, and landlord/tenant matters.
Habla español. Ashley representa a clientes en casos de ley de inmigración que involucran visas de trabajo, visas familiares y visas de no-Inmigrante, así como el procedimiento de deportación y expulsión. Ashley también puede ayudar a obtener tarjetas verdes y ciudadanía estadounidense. Si tiene preguntas sobre las nuevas leyes de inmigración o otros asuntos legales, por favor no dude en llamar al 503-738-6380 o venga a mi oficina a 842 Broadway para una cita.
Robert Moberg is now retired from the law. Bob 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 40 years. They have three daughters. Bob and his family have been long-time members of the Seaside Catholic Church community.
Before he retired, Bob had practiced law in Seaside since 1974 and had been at 842 Broadway for more than 35 years. He had also been the Seaside Municipal Judge for 35 years.