Law Offices of Mark Robinette Prepares Arkansas County, Arkansas Mineral Deeds

Law Offices of Mark Robinette has offices in Little Rock, Arkansas, but prepares Arkansas mineral deeds in all Arkansas Counties including Arkansas County, Arkansas. The Arkansas County Circuit Clerk and Recorder located in the County seat of De Witt and Stuttgart handles recording of mineral deeds for the County of Arkansas in the State of Arkansas. Deed recording and preparation is done by mail correspondence, so you can hire Mr. Robinette and put his years of experience in oil, gas and mineral law to work for you without incurring any travel costs. Recording costs for deeds in Arkansas are $15 for the first page and $5 for each additional page.

If you have mineral assets, whether they are oil, gas, hard rock minerals, or brine in Arkansas County Arkansas or the cities of Almyra, DeWitt, Gillett, Humphrey, St. Charles, Stuttgart in Arkansas County Arkansas, you should give Arkansas mineral deed lawyer and attorney Mark Robinette a call today.   Mr. Robinette has years of experience in Arkansas oil, gas, mineral rights, land, and real estate law.   As an Arkansas mineral deed lawyer, Mr. Robinette provides the following services:

  • Mineral Warranty Deeds
  • Mineral Quitclaim Deeds
  • Mineral Cross Conveyance Deeds
  • Royalty Deeds
  • Mineral Deeds with recitals of heirship
  • Mineral Beneficiary Deeds

Mr. Robinette has years of experience as a corporate oil, gas, and mineral lawyer. This means he knows and understands all of the pitfalls in mineral deed preparation that cause problems when oil, gas, and mineral production companies examine title and scrutinize mineral deeds for defects. Be very careful when hiring a “title company” to prepare your Arkansas mineral deed. Title companies in Arkansas typically deal exclusively in residential and commercial real estate closings. These skill sets include basic deed preparation, but title companies learn how to prepare deeds for compliance with general real estate, lending and insurance laws.   Thus, a typical title company’s skill set does not ordinarily include knowledge of Arkansas mineral conveyancing rules. Not to say there are not some title companies out there with staff qualified to prepare mineral deeds, but those title companies are uncommon.  If you choose to hire a title company instead of an Arkansas mineral deed lawyer, screen the title company carefully. Find out if a qualified attorney actually reviews your deed. Ask whether they prepare mineral deeds on a regular basis and whether you deed will be prepared by a qualified Arkansas mineral deed attorney.  Remember, when you hire The Law Offices of Mark Robinette to prepare your Arkansas mineral deed, you get Mark Robinette. Your deed will not be delegated to an assistant. Your matter will get the complete attention of an Arkansas oil, gas and mineral lawyer and attorney with years of relevant experience.

Mr. Robinette welcomes inquiries from out-of-state law firms and individuals for local counsel services.     If you are ready to speak to a Arkansas County Arkansas mineral deed 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 oil and gas and real estate law at: http://robinettefirm.com/oil-gas/ and http://robinettefirm.com/real-estate/

Arkansas Criminal Eviction Officially Unconstitutional

On January 20, 2015, Pulaski County, Arkansas Circuit Judge Herbert Wright ruled the Arkansas Criminal Eviction Statute (Ark. Code. Ann. § 18-16-101 et. seq.) violated the State and Federal Constitutions in the case of State v. Artoria Smith, 60CR-14-2707.   Long hated by social justice activists, the criminal eviction statute was the last of its kind in the United States.  Small landlords and landlords who offer properties to lower income Arkansans relied on the statute to avoid costly legal fees and provide a deterrent to tenants who have no intention of paying after gaining occupancy of the premises.  The full case docket with links to pdf copies of the motions, briefs and opinions are here.  Watch Arkansas real estate and eviction attorney Mark Robinette’s commentary on the Smith decision below:

How to Find Free Arkansas Real Estate Ownership Information

Arkansas real estate lawyer/attorney Mark Robinette shows you how to find free real estate ownership information using http://www.google.com and http://www.actdatascout.com/. In Arkansas, county real estate assessments provide a wealth of information about property ownership, improvements and taxation. It is a great way to start a title search or to just find out about your neighbors.