When I first read Oklahoma’s Senate Bill 503 (“SB 503”) filed during the 1st Session of the 57th Legislature (2019), I would be lying if I did not say that my jaw dropped. On its face, most of the existing statute remains unchanged. In fact, very few words have been added and/or
Earlier this year, I witnessed a transaction involving minerals that could have been really bad for the seller. The lot was located within a neighborhood and the seller of the home on this particular lot happened to also own a mineral interest. However, the
Late last year, our blog discussed how you could get paid for "Grandma's Mineral Interest." This post will expand further on the Affidavit of Death and Heirship ("Affidavit") mentioned in that prior blog.