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Oil and Gas Royalty Dispute Attorneys

Protecting Your Rights and Royalties

Given the sums of money involved, it is not surprising when disputes arise over oil and gas royalties. A single decimal point in a division order can make a significant difference in the amount of royalties owed by the producer to the beneficiaries of the lease. Disputes can arise between the mineral rights owner and the operator, or between multiple beneficiaries of a lease (pooled units). Royalty disputes often involve complicated issues of fact and law, so you should seek advice from a knowledgeable lawyer.

Oil and Gas Royalty Dispute Attorneys

Spagnoletti & Co. in Houston, Texas, is a team of attorneys with extensive experience in oil and gas royalty disputes. We vigorously represent lease beneficiaries and other parties in all types of royalty disputes, including:

  • Discrepancies between a division order and lease provisions
  • Disputes between lease beneficiaries and producing companies
  • Nonpayment or delayed payment of royalties
  • Defective division order title opinions
  • Disputes over the market value of oil or gas
  • Other oil and gas royalty disputes

In addition to representing clients in litigation, we provide advisory services concerning leases, division orders, and other oil and gas matters.

Experience and Advocacy Skills You Can Depend On

Our lawyers have more than 100 years of combined experience in complex commercial litigation. This experience encompasses oil and gas interests throughout Texas, the continental U.S. and foreign nations. When you retain our law firm, we will work to protect your rights and interests and achieve a satisfactory resolution of the dispute in a timely and cost-effective manner.

For a free consultation about your oil or gas royalty matter, contact Spagnoletti & Co.

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