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Law Offices of Mark Robinette Accepts Benton County, Arkansas Will and Probate Cases

Law Offices of Mark Robinette practices probate law out Little Rock, Arkansas, but accepts probate law cases in all Arkansas Counties including Benton County, Arkansas. The Benton County Clerk located in the County seat of Bentonville handles probate matters in for the County of Benton in the State of Arkansas. Being centrally located within the State of Arkansas allows Mr. Robinette to take cases anywhere in the state. Much of probate practice is done by mail correspondence, so you can hire an Arkansas probate lawyer that practices in another city or town without incurring extra costs. When it comes to the affairs of your departed loved one, Mark Robinette believes in providing thorough service that will ensure that title to the estate’s property is perfect when the probate is concluded.   Arkansas probate lawyer and attorney Mark Robinette takes extra steps that many Arkansas probate lawyers don’t consider to avoid costly problems that appear when details are not considered.

If your departed family member left you property in Benton County Arkansas or the cities of Avoca, Bella Vista, Bentonville, Bethel Heights, Cave Springs, Centerton, Decatur, Garfield, Gentry, Gravette , Highfill, Little Flock, Lowell, Pea Ridge, Rogers, Siloam Springs, Springtown, Sulphur Springs in County Arkansas, particularly mineral rights, you should give Arkansas probate lawyer attorney Mark Robinette a call today.   Mr. Robinette has years of experience dealing with Arkansas probate law issues related to oil, gas, mineral rights, land, and real estate.   As an Arkansas Probate and Wills lawyer, Mr. Robinette provides the following services:

  • Probate of resident wills
  • Probate of non-resident wills (ancillary probate)
  • Estate administration (for those who die without a will)
  • Will contest litigation
  • Guardianship over the person
  • Guardianship over the estate
  • Affidavits of Small Estates
  • Petitions to Determine Heirship
  • Post mortem paternity actions

Mr. Robinette welcomes inquiries from out-of-state law firms for local counsel services in the probate of non-residents’ wills.   Generally, a non-resident’s will must be offered for probate in Arkansas within 5 years of death. After that time, the intestate heirs may convey the property free and clear of the will.

If you are ready to speak to a Benton County Arkansas probate lawyer or attorney today, call Mark Robinette at 501-251-1076 or email him at info@robinettefirm.com.   Learn more about Mr. Robinette at: http://www.robinettefirm.com/contact/mark-robinette/ Learn more about Arkansas probate law at: http://www.robinettefirm.com/probate-trust/

Law Offices of Mark Robinette Accepts Little River County, Arkansas Oil and Gas Law Cases

With offices in Little Rock, Arkansas, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette accepts oil and gas cases in Little River County Arkansas including the county seat of Ashdown, Arkansas. Whether you live in Wilton, Foreman, Ashdown, or in the unincorporated county, the oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you. Little River County Arkansas has the potential to produce oil and gas.

If you own Little River County Arkansas oil and gas royalty interests, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you with:

  • Oil and Gas Deeds
  • Oil and Gas Affidavits of Heirship
  • Oil and Gas will probates (primary and ancillary)
  • Oil and Gas surface use/pollution litigation
  • Oil and Gas lawsuits
  • Oil and Gas record searches

Whether you are having a problem with a receivership lease, can’t get your money out of Southwestern Energy, BHP Billiton, or XTO Energy and other gas producers, or you just need some idea of where to find the information you need on your wells and royalties, call an oil and gas attorney who can advise you on your Little River County Arkansas Oil and Gas interests at 501-251-1076.

Are you a representative of an oil and gas production company? The oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette has represented major upstream oil and gas companies throughout the State of Arkansas, including Little River County. Mark Robinette possesses experience in:

Drilling and Division Order Title Opinions (sit down and stand up)

  • Acquisition Due Diligence
  • Quiet title defense
  • Interpleader/Concursus litigation
  • Oil field surface use/pollution litigation
  • Pipeline condemnation
  • PSA/Lease/Right of way advice and drafting
  • Receivership leasing
  • Integration and regulatory work before the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission

Contact a Little River County Arkansas oil and gas lawyer or attorney today at info@robinettefirm.com or 501-251-1076.

Law Offices of Mark Robinette Accepts Woodruff County, Arkansas Oil and Gas Law Cases

With offices in Little Rock, Arkansas, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette accepts oil and gas cases in Woodruff County Arkansas including the county seat of Augusta, Arkansas. Whether you live in Augusta, Cotton Plant, Patterson , McCrory, or in the unincorporated county, the oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you. Woodruff County Arkansas has the potential to produce natural gas.

If you own Woodruff County Arkansas oil and gas royalty interests, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you with:

  • Oil and Gas Deeds
  • Oil and Gas Affidavits of Heirship
  • Oil and Gas will probates (primary and ancillary)
  • Oil and Gas surface use/pollution litigation
  • Oil and Gas lawsuits
  • Oil and Gas record searches

Whether you are having a problem with a receivership lease, can’t get your money out of Southwestern Energy, BHP Billiton, or XTO Energy and other gas producers, or you just need some idea of where to find the information you need on your wells and royalties, call an oil and gas attorney who can advise you on your Woodruff County Arkansas Oil and Gas interests at 501-251-1076.

Are you a representative of an oil and gas production company? The oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette has represented major upstream oil and gas companies throughout the State of Arkansas, including Woodruff County. Mark Robinette possesses experience in:

Drilling and Division Order Title Opinions (sit down and stand up)

  • Acquisition Due Diligence
  • Quiet title defense
  • Interpleader/Concursus litigation
  • Oil field surface use/pollution litigation
  • Pipeline condemnation
  • PSA/Lease/Right of way advice and drafting
  • Receivership leasing
  • Integration and regulatory work before the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission

Contact a Woodruff County Arkansas oil and gas lawyer or attorney today at info@robinettefirm.com or 501-251-1076.

Law Offices of Mark Robinette Accepts Sebastian County, Arkansas Oil and Gas Law Cases

With offices in Little Rock, Arkansas, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette accepts oil and gas cases in Sebastian County Arkansas including the county seat of Fort Smith and Greenwood, Arkansas. Whether you live in Barling , Hackett, Fort Smith, Greenwood, Bonanza, Hartford, Huntington, Mansfield, or in the unincorporated county, the oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you. Sebastian County Arkansas has deposits of natural gas in conventional formations.

If you own Sebastian County Arkansas oil and gas royalty interests, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you with:

  • Oil and Gas Deeds
  • Oil and Gas Affidavits of Heirship
  • Oil and Gas will probates (primary and ancillary)
  • Oil and Gas surface use/pollution litigation
  • Oil and Gas lawsuits
  • Oil and Gas record searches

Whether you are having a problem with a receivership lease, can’t get your money out of Southwestern Energy, BHP Billiton, or XTO Energy and other gas producers, or you just need some idea of where to find the information you need on your wells and royalties, call an oil and gas attorney who can advise you on your Sebastian County Arkansas Oil and Gas interests at 501-251-1076.

Are you a representative of an oil and gas production company? The oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette has represented major upstream oil and gas companies throughout the State of Arkansas, including Sebastian County. Mark Robinette possesses experience in:

Drilling and Division Order Title Opinions (sit down and stand up)

  • Acquisition Due Diligence
  • Quiet title defense
  • Interpleader/Concursus litigation
  • Oil field surface use/pollution litigation
  • Pipeline condemnation
  • PSA/Lease/Right of way advice and drafting
  • Receivership leasing
  • Integration and regulatory work before the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission

Contact a Sebastian County Arkansas oil and gas lawyer or attorney today at info@robinettefirm.com or 501-251-1076.

Law Offices of Mark Robinette Accepts Scott County, Arkansas Oil and Gas Law Cases

Law Offices of Mark Robinette Accepts Scott County, Arkansas Oil and Gas Law Cases

With offices in Little Rock, Arkansas, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette accepts oil and gas cases in Scott County Arkansas including the county seat of Waldron, Arkansas. Whether you live in Waldron, or in the unincorporated county, the oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you. Scott County Arkansas has the potential to produce natural gas.

If you own Scott County Arkansas oil and gas royalty interests, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you with:

  • Oil and Gas Deeds
  • Oil and Gas Affidavits of Heirship
  • Oil and Gas will probates (primary and ancillary)
  • Oil and Gas surface use/pollution litigation
  • Oil and Gas lawsuits
  • Oil and Gas record searches

Whether you are having a problem with a receivership lease, can’t get your money out of Southwestern Energy, BHP Billiton, or XTO Energy and other gas producers, or you just need some idea of where to find the information you need on your wells and royalties, call an oil and gas attorney who can advise you on your Scott County Arkansas Oil and Gas interests at 501-251-1076.

Are you a representative of an oil and gas production company? The oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette has represented major upstream oil and gas companies throughout the State of Arkansas, including Scott County. Mark Robinette possesses experience in:

Drilling and Division Order Title Opinions (sit down and stand up)

  • Acquisition Due Diligence
  • Quiet title defense
  • Interpleader/Concursus litigation
  • Oil field surface use/pollution litigation
  • Pipeline condemnation
  • PSA/Lease/Right of way advice and drafting
  • Receivership leasing
  • Integration and regulatory work before the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission

Contact a Scott County Arkansas oil and gas lawyer or attorney today at info@robinettefirm.com or 501-251-1076.

Law Offices of Mark Robinette Accepts Perry County, Arkansas Oil and Gas Law Cases

With offices in Little Rock, Arkansas, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette accepts oil and gas cases in Perry County Arkansas including the county seat of Perryville, Arkansas. Whether you live in Perryville, or in the unincorporated county, the oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you. Perry County Arkansas has the potential to produce natural gas from the Fayetteville Shale.

If you own Perry County Arkansas oil and gas royalty interests, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you with:

  • Oil and Gas Deeds
  • Oil and Gas Affidavits of Heirship
  • Oil and Gas will probates (primary and ancillary)
  • Oil and Gas surface use/pollution litigation
  • Oil and Gas lawsuits
  • Oil and Gas record searches

Whether you are having a problem with a receivership lease, can’t get your money out of Southwestern Energy, BHP Billiton, or XTO Energy and other gas producers, or you just need some idea of where to find the information you need on your wells and royalties, call an oil and gas attorney who can advise you on your Perry County Arkansas Oil and Gas interests at 501-251-1076.

Are you a representative of an oil and gas production company? The oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette has represented major upstream oil and gas companies throughout the State of Arkansas, including Perry County. Mark Robinette possesses experience in:

Drilling and Division Order Title Opinions (sit down and stand up)

  • Acquisition Due Diligence
  • Quiet title defense
  • Interpleader/Concursus litigation
  • Oil field surface use/pollution litigation
  • Pipeline condemnation
  • PSA/Lease/Right of way advice and drafting
  • Receivership leasing
  • Integration and regulatory work before the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission

Contact a Perry County Arkansas oil and gas lawyer or attorney today at info@robinettefirm.com or 501-251-1076.

Law Offices of Mark Robinette Accepts Crawford County, Arkansas Oil and Gas Law Cases

With offices in Little Rock, Arkansas, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette accepts oil and gas cases in Crawford County Arkansas including the county seat of Van Buren, Arkansas. Whether you live in Van Buren, Mountainburg, Mulberry, Alma, Dyer, Kibler, or in the unincorporated county, the oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you. Crawford County Arkansas has vast deposits of natural gas in conventional formations.

If you own Crawford County Arkansas oil and gas royalty interests, the oil and gas lawyers at Law Offices of Mark Robinette can help you with:

  • Oil and Gas Deeds
  • Oil and Gas Affidavits of Heirship
  • Oil and Gas will probates (primary and ancillary)
  • Oil and Gas surface use/pollution litigation
  • Oil and Gas lawsuits
  • Oil and Gas record searches

Whether you are having a problem with a receivership lease, can’t get your money out of Southwestern Energy, BHP Billiton, or XTO Energy and other gas producers, or you just need some idea of where to find the information you need on your wells and royalties, call an oil and gas attorney who can advise you on your Crawford County Arkansas Oil and Gas interests at 501-251-1076.

Are you a representative of an oil and gas production company? The oil and gas attorneys at Law Offices of Mark Robinette has represented major upstream oil and gas companies throughout the State of Arkansas, including Crawford County. Mark Robinette possesses experience in:

Drilling and Division Order Title Opinions (sit down and stand up)

  • Acquisition Due Diligence
  • Quiet title defense
  • Interpleader/Concursus litigation
  • Oil field surface use/pollution litigation
  • Pipeline condemnation
  • PSA/Lease/Right of way advice and drafting
  • Receivership leasing
  • Integration and regulatory work before the Arkansas Oil and Gas Commission

Contact a Crawford County Arkansas oil and gas lawyer or attorney today at info@robinettefirm.com or 501-251-1076.

2015 Arkansas Natural Resources Law Institute to be February 26-27, 2015

Make plans to attend the 54th Annual Natural Resources Law Institute in beautiful Hot Springs, Arkansas. This annual event is a “must attend” event for anyone who works in the oil or gas industries. This law institute also features the annual section meeting and a Wednesday night reception. To make reservations, contact Embassy Suites at 1-501-321-4430. To reserve at the conference rate, rooms must be booked by January 26, 2015 in order to assure the conference rate and availability.  Robinette & Ivester Oil and Gas attorney Mark Robinette is the section chair for Institute this year.  For registration info, see the Arkansas Bar Association web site at: https://www.arkbar.com/CLE/CLEListing.aspx.  When registering, make sure to include the event code.  If you don’t have the event code, call the bar association at 501-375-4606.  The program can be found here.

Mark Robinette to Deliver 2015 Oil and Gas Law Update and Lecture on Oil and Gas Surface Use at Annual ALTAPL Conference in Shreveport, Louisiana

Mark Robinette will again deliver the Arkansas oil and gas law update at the Ark-La-Tex Association of Professional Landmen annual conference in Shreveport, Louisiana.  Mr. Robinette’s presentation will cover legislation, appellate court opinons, and rule changes relevant to landmen and oil and gas operators in Arkansas.  The past year saw many important cases come through the appellate courts including cases addressing the effectiveness of quiet title decrees, refunding of bonus payments, and rights of parties in possession.  In addition, Mr. Robinette will lecture on Arkansas oil and gas surface use law.  The lecture will be an overview of the development of Arkansas’s rules on surface use by oil and gas operators with much practical advice for field landmen.  The conference is January 30 and 31, at the Shreveport Convention Center.  More information is available from website of the ALTAPL: www.altapl.org.