D. Rahn Hostetter has been practicing law for 36 years, beginning as a prosecutor in the federal court system on behalf of the United States of America, then in the state of Oregon as elected District Attorney of Wallowa County. He has been in private practice for the past 25 years representing clients ranging from multi state corporations to next door neighbors.
His expertise is in real property transactions, boundary disputes and litigation, land use planning and development, aviation parts and manufacturing (Fed Aviation Administration) and complex business structures and litigation.
He has been married 39 years and has four children and 11 grandchildren.
Attorney, D. Zachary Hostetter
D. Zachary Hostetter began his career as a prosecuting attorney in Seattle prosecuting sexual assault, felony assault, domestic felonies, drug felonies, and homicide. His civil practice focuses on real estate contract and trust litigation and defence.
Zachary and his wife are also beef producers and enjoy ranching in Imnaha Canyon. They have three children.
He is also admitted to the Washington Bar.
Associate, Benjamin Boyd
Ben began his legal career in Torrington, Wyoming, where he worked as a judicial law clerk for Hon. Keith G. Kautz and Hon. John C. Brooks of Wyoming's Eighth Judicial District from April 2011 through December 2012.
Ben worked in Montgomery, Alabama as a staff attorney for Chief Justice Roy S. Moore of Alabama's Supreme Court from January 2013 through August 2014.
Ben assists clients in appeals, constitutional law, civil rights, real estate law, real estate development, land-use and zoning, business formation, probate law, estate planning, civil litigation, and administrative law. Ben is dedicated to defending our God-given parental rights, property rights, religious liberties, the freedom of conscience, and the right to keep and bear arms.
His legal writing has appeared in the Oregon State Bar Bulletin, the Journal of Law and Health, the Liberty University Law Review, and the Liberty Legal Journal.
He is also admitted to the Wyoming State Bar.
Ben and his wife have four children and enjoy outdoor recreation, gardening, and living in beautiful Wallowa County.