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Sean A.M. Belliveau

sbelliveau@kmd.law
(307) 217-1463

Sean A.M. Belliveau is an Attorney at Kearney, McWilliams & Davis, PLLC.

Sean practices primarily in the area of oil and gas law. He has extensive experience in the examination of Fee, Federal and State Lands in the Rocky Mountain Region and specializes in the drafting of drilling and division order title opinions, curative efforts, and the preparation of instruments affecting surface, mineral, and developmental interests. Prior to Joining KMD, Sean was as a landman for a Cheyenne-based oil and gas broker, working in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah.

In his free time, Sean enjoys working alongside his wife Bonnie and their three young children on their 5th generation ranch near Buffalo, Wyoming.

Sean Belliveau is licensed to practice law in Wyoming. He is based in Buffalo, Wyoming.

Prior Experience:

  • Hoover & Stacy, Inc: Independent Contract Landman

Admissions to Practice:

  • Wyoming

Memberships:

  • Wyoming Bar Association

    • Mineral Law Section
    • Young Lawyers Section
  • Wyoming Association of Professional Landmen

Education:

  • J.D., 2011, University of Wyoming College of Law

  • M.P.A., 2011, University of Wyoming

  • B.A., Political Science, 2007, University of Wyoming

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