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Charles R Hostnik

Charles R Hostnik

6915 Lakewood Drive West
Suite A-1
Tacoma, Washington 98467-3299
United States

Telephone: 253-475-4200
Firm: Anderson Hostnik PLLC
Practice Overview:

At Anderson Hostnik PLLC we believe in providing quality legal representation. We attempt to resolve claims in the best manner possible for each of our clients, including exploring alternatives to litigation when appropriate.

The firm was formed to focus on the representation of individuals and smaller businesses. Our attorneys are admitted to practice law in the State of Washington, various Federal Courts, and a number of tribal courts throughout the Northwestern United States. We concentrate our practice in the areas of Personal Injury, Business, Divorce, Employment, Estate Planning, Probate, Real Estate, and Indian Law.


Professional Profile:
Chuck Hostnik is a founding member of Anderson Hostnik PLLC, and was a founding member of the predecessor firm, Anderson Burns & Hostnik.

Chuck practices in both state and federal courts, as well as many tribal courts. Chuck is a retired tribal court judge, having acted for 16 years as a judge on specific cases for 32 different Indian tribes located in the states of Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wisconsin and Nebraska.

In addition to Indian law, Chuck has an active personal injury practice and does most of the business and corporation work in our firm. He also handles construction litigation, probate and real estate matters.

For more information about Mr. Hostnik, see the following webpage: http://www.ah-tacoma.com/Hostnik.htm

UndergraduateDartmouth CollegeA.B.1976
LawUniversity of Puget Sound School of Law (now Seattle University)J.D.1979

Affiliations & Memberships:
Mr. Hostnik is a member of the American Bar Association, the Washington State Bar Association, the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association, and the National Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.

He is a former member of the Northwest Tribal Court Judges Association and the North American Indian Judges Association.