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Marcellus Shale Gas Leases

You are considering signing a lease for Marcellus Shale gas exploration or extraction on your land, or you have signed a lease and want to consider succession planning and/or asset protection. Don?t go it alone. Consult with an experienced Marcellus Shale Lawyer at HKQ Law immediately.

Our gas lease lawyers will help you secure favorable and profitable gas lease contracts, negotiate a gas and oil lease addendum, if necessary, and work with you to consider family limited partnerships, limited liability companies, assignment of oil and gas rights, and other techniques to minimize inheritance taxes and protect your assets.

Marcellus shale leases can be very lucrative for landowners, but the lease contracts can also be very complicated and risky if you don't understand your legal rights. You need an experienced oil and gas lease lawyer to get the best possible gas lease and protect your interests.

The Marcellus shale lawyer at HKQ Law work with landowners in Luzerne County, Wyoming County, Susquehanna County, Wayne County, Pike County, Monroe County, Carbon County, Schuylkill County, Bradford County, Tioga County, and other counties throughout Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania.

Click to contact one of our HKQ Law experienced Marcellus Shale attorneys or call today for a consultation toll-free at (800) 760-1529.


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