William L. Hiser, Partner

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William "Bill" L. Hiser is a life-long Wyoming resident. Bill was born in Douglas, Wyoming and was raised on his family ranch in Converse County. Bill graduated from Douglas High School in 1981 and attended Valley City State College in Valley City, North Dakota on a football scholarship. After graduating from college as the outstanding Business Administration Student in 1985, Bill returned to Wyoming and attended the University of Wyoming College of Law in Laramie. Upon passing the bar in 1988, Bill joined Kermit Brown in Rawlins where they practiced until 1998 when the firm relocated to Laramie.
Bill’s practice is diverse with experience in atypical litigation throughout the State. Bill also practices in areas of Agricultural Law including, but not limited to, real property acquisition, access issues, animal husbandry, oil & gas development and water issues; Business Law including entity formation, tax and business planning, contracts and dissolution issues; Real Estate including, purchase and sale, financing, subdivision, development, zoning and construction disputes; and, Estate planning and administration.
Bill has always been active in the Wyoming Bar Association. He served on several committees and was a founding member and past president of the Young Lawyer's Section. Bill completed a three-year term as Bar Commissioner for the Second Judicial District in September 2007, and served as Vice President of the Wyoming Bar Association for the years 2007-08. Bill also served as President-Elect of the Wyoming Bar Association for the years 2008-09 and President for the years 2009-10.
Bill and his wife, Tracey, have three children together - two sons and one daughter.