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Common Questions about Pipeline Easements

If you’re a landowner who has a pipeline easement, or you’re currently considering a pipeline easement on your property, here are essential questions every landowner should ask, or at least be aware of… 1.Are you insured? The first inquiry to the company should be what kind of insurance they carry as it relates to your [..]

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5 Reasons to Tell your Attorney Everything

Let’s be honest here, we all have those dusty, ragged old ghosts hiding in our closets. They may or may not be something that you need to share with your attorney. If you’re not sure if something could/will/may affect your case just ask! Once an attorney represents you (typically this is made clear by signing [..]

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A Grandparent’s Guide to Child Custody

As we all know, divorces can be messy and affect more people than just the marriage and any children in the family. Sometimes it affects grandparents’ involvement in the life of the children. This often evidences itself one of two ways: wanting visitation rights, or maintaining partial rights over a child’s living situation and related [..]

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5 Things to Know About Oil & Gas Pipelines

As a landowner in an area where there is oil and gas production, one of the things you may be approached with is a company asking to run a pipeline across your property. This can be a major concern if you have surface operations.       Here are 5 things to consider when a [..]

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Divorce Tips: Helping your attorney help you

There are few experiences in an individual’s life more inherently stressful and worrisome than a divorce. Perhaps never is a person more vulnerable to losing not only a spouse, but also one’s children, home, and assets. While your fears may never be totally alleviated, one of the best mechanisms for reducing these inherent risks is [..]

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