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Ashley Howie Tallichet

atallichet@kmd.law
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Ashley Howie Tallichet is an associate attorney at Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC. Mrs. Tallichet’s practice is primarily focused in oil and gas law, specifically drafting original drilling and division order title opinions, running due diligence, and drafting curative documents.

Ashley has over 7 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. In 2012, she started as a field landman examining records in courthouses and title plants in north Texas. Later that year, she moved to Houston, and joined Steptoe & Johnson PLLC, where she was an associate in the Energy & Natural Resources Practice Group. She has rendered numerous Drilling and Acquisition Title Opinions and prepared curative documents, and has assisted in several high-dollar due diligence projects for both public and private equity backed companies covering lands in Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

Ashley graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies from Texas Christian University in 2007, and received her Juris Doctorate from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in 2011.

Ashley Howie Tallichet is licensed to practice law in Texas, and is based in the Houston, Texas, office of Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC.



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