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Kristin Lee

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(713) 936-9620 x126

Kristin Lee has experience in matters regarding Oil and Gas; Residential and Commercial Property; Telecommunications; Trust and Estate; and Small Business Administration. She is particularly focused on regulatory compliance, transactions, and litigation support in these areas of law.

Kristin’s background in public administration and telecommunications provides clients a unique perspective for risk assessment, governmental compliance, and comprehensive business development planning. She has advised business clients with an emphasis on negotiating and drafting contracts, leases, corporate formation documents, and corporate resolutions; advising on litigation and dispute resolution; as well as providing foreclosure risk assessments to telecommunications companies for national portfolios. Kristin has also provided legal advice to trustees and beneficiaries of high-net worth trusts involving disputing family factions. She has made court appearances throughout Texas, drafted responsive pleadings, negotiated and drafted settlement agreements for various clients.

Kristin’s experience in small business extends into protecting her client’s physical assets as well. She has experience in real estate transactions, with an emphasis on the purchase and sale of improved and unimproved real estate using purchase agreements and option agreements; leasing; title; eminent domain; condemnation; adverse possession; zoning matters; and curing complex title defects.

Kristin has provided expert witness support in oil and gas title litigation disputes. Her extensive drafting experience extends into Drilling and Division Order Title Opinions and Supplemental and Lease Acquisition Title Opinions in Texas, Colorado, Pennsylvania, and North Dakota. She is also skilled at preparing and negotiating oil and gas leases, surface leases, and other agreements necessary for oil and gas operations.

Originally from Marshall, Texas, Kristin is now happy to call Richmond “Home” with her husband Shawn. In her spare time, Kristin enjoys restoring historic homes with her husband and traveling in her Airstream with her rescue pups, Mr. Bojangles and Kasey. She loves cycling and is an active supporter of the MS150 and the Immune Deficiency Foundation.

Prior Experience:

  • Crown Castle (Real Estate Specialist – Acquisitions / Foreclosures)

  • Sanders Willyard LLL (Of Counsel)

  • Willey, Edwards & Wright (Associate)

  • Martin, Bode, Werner & Mann, PLLC (Associate)

  • Petrocasa Energy (Landman & Curative Title Attorney)

Admissions to Practice:

  • State Bar of Texas, Admitted 2008

Memberships:

  • State Bar of Texas, Oil, Gas & Energy Resources Law Section

  • Houston Bar Association, Oil, Gas & Mineral Section,

  • Houston Bar Association, Probate, Trust & Estate Section

  • Houston Bar Association, Real Estate Section

  • Houston Bar Association, Elder Law Committee

  • Fort Bend County Bar Association

  • American Association of Professional Landmen

Education:

  • St. Mary’s University School of Law, J.D., 2008

  • Stephen F. Austin State University, Master’s Public Administration, 2005
  • Stephen F. Austin State University, B.A. in Political Science and Psychology, 2004

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