The advancement of techniques for the development of natural gas and oil in the Marcellus and Utica Shales has created opportunities for individuals across Western Pennsylvania. Many landowners in the area now find that their property is worth far more than they ever imagined. If representatives of an oil and gas company have contacted you to discuss the development of your oil, gas and/or mineral rights, it may represent a valuable opportunity. An experienced lawyer can be vital in helping you to fully realize the value of an oil and gas lease, pipeline or appurtenant agreement.
Families across Butler County, Mercer County, Lawrence County, Venango County and Armstrong County have placed their trust in S. R. LAW, LLC. Our Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, law firm has represented hundreds of families across the region in negotiations for the development of their oil, gas and mineral interests. Whether you own several, dozens or thousands of acres of land, our attorneys are prepared to protect your interests. In addition to our oil and gas, real estate, and estate planning practices, our law firm represents businesses and individuals in a wide range of practice areas.
Oil and Gas Attorneys Helping People Across the Area
Every day our attorneys and staff talk to people who have been contacted by oil and gas companies. We understand that the opportunity from oil and gas development may change your life in many ways. Our law firm is prepared to assist you in planning for all of these changes. In addition to helping you negotiate the terms of your lease, we can develop an estate plan and handle any real estate transactions associated with your oil, gas and mineral rights.
S. R. LAW, LLC, is led and managed by attorney Ronald W. Coyer. Ron has served clients throughout the area for more than 20 years. He brings a high level of dedication and skill to every client.
Contact S. R. LAW, LLC
Call 724-794-2929 or complete our contact form to schedule an appointment with our law firm. The first half hour of your initial consultation will be free of charge.