About Ford Law
The attorneys of Ford Law Office understand that a dispute over West Virginia Oil and Gas rights on family property is about more than the financial outcome. They know how estate planning and litigation can impact an entire family. And they recognize that business litigation can, indeed, be very personal. If you need a West Virginia Oil and Gas attorney, or legal counsel and representation for estate or business matters, you want someone with experience and compassion.
What to Expect from a West Virginia Oil and Gas Attorney at Ford Law Office
The legal professionals of Ford Law Office—attorney William Ford and attorney Lisa Furbee Ford—deliver personalized service and individual attention, and also have the deep experience required to provide top-notch legal services. Bill and Lisa value hard work, persistence, and responsibility, and these principles form the foundation of the firm’s work and relationships.
About Ford Law Office: Your West Virginia Oil and Gas Attorney and More
William “Bill” Ford’s exposure to the oil and gas industry predates his education as a lawyer. Bill learned about the oil and gas drilling process while serving as a deckhand on offshore oilfield supply boats in the Gulf of Mexico out of Venice, Louisiana for two summers in college and law school.
Just a couple of years out of law school, Bill and Lisa assisted oil and gas developer clients with title searches and lease negotiations until OPEC dropped the price of oil in the spring of 1984, putting the oil and gas industry into chaos. Due in part upon the oil and gas experience, Bill was offered a position with the Fort Worth Regional Office of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as an enforcement attorney.
Bill spent the next three years investigating and prosecuting securities law violations in connection with multimillion-dollar oil and gas investment programs. And Lisa spent the next 23 years with the U.S. Department of Justice’s Immigration and Naturalization Service before retiring therefrom in 2010.
Ford Law Office was opened in 2002, after attorney William Ford and his wife, attorney Lisa Furbee Ford, relocated to Clarksburg, West Virginia, Lisa having been raised in nearby Bridgeport.
Ford Law Office first located in the Goff Building in historic downtown Clarksburg in 2006. In November 2016, the firm relocated to the historic Bastable-Koblegaard House built in the 1850s and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Although Bill’s legal career shifted to other species of insurance, corporate and business litigation for several years, with the advent of the Appalachian Marcellus play in 2008, Bill and Lisa were ready to lend their experience to the royalty owner side of the oil and gas equation.
Today, the firm specializes in West Virginia Oil and Gas contract law, helping clients maximize financial and personal interests by fighting for the West Virginia Oil and Gas rights of property owners. Attorney Bill Ford also assists families in Florida and West Virginia with estate planning and estate litigation when disputes arise over property or assets. Bill and Lisa also help individuals and small businesses with legal matters that can have serious implications.
Meet Attorney William E. “Bill” Ford, III
Meet Attorney Lisa Furbee Ford
Your West Virginia Oil and Gas Attorney Is Here, at Ford Law Office
If you need an attorney who understands West Virginia Oil and Gas rights and the related dynamics of ancestry, value, and pride of ownership, choose Ford Law Office. Attorneys William Ford and Lisa Furbee Ford are caring and knowledgeable professionals who can help you maximize your assets and protect your interests.
Florida and West Virginia residents, or non-residents with property interests in these states, can rely on Bill and Lisa to provide quality legal services and representation for the creation of wills and trusts, probate and estate litigation, contested estates, and asset distribution.
Finally, small businesses and individuals can trust in the experience of attorneys who have been involved in business law from multiple perspectives. Bill and Lisa will manage your case, from consultation to investigation, negotiation to resolution, all with great consideration for the potential impacts on your life, your business, and those you employ and serve.
Contact Ford Law Office today to find your West Virginia Oil and Gas attorney, or for representation or counsel in our additional practice areas. We are eager to help and ready to fight for you. Call us at (304) 626-3116, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete our online contact form for a free consultation.