P.S. Martha. I have no message from you under my “J” symbol.
Thanks, soonerpe. You’re exactly right. Downloaded Chrome and it woks fine. Too bad that I hate Chrome. But you’ve confirmed my suspicions about Windows 7 and I am, indeed, thankful. Have a great day.
Windows 7 is pretty obsolete now. Probably won’t support much. Sorry about that. I use Chrome or Firefox or Safari and they all work pretty well. Anything MAC seems to work with the forum. Glad you can see things on the IPad now.
Understood, Martha. Windows 7, like me, is obsolete.
So is my 1965 Corvette; but it has no computer in it, I can work on it when I need to and it runs like new. Windows 7 is comfortable and easy to work with.
Got my wife a new Dell two years ago to replace her dead Mac. We both hated Windows 10. Ditched it and I got her a new Mac, which she loves. But totally user UNfriendly to me.
Change ain’t always necessarily good.
Thanks to you and everyone else for your help.
We are not obsolete, we are like fine wine which needs proper mellowing!
I hung onto Windows 8 as long as I could since 10 was a disaster for me. Converted to the MAC world and never looked back unless I have to.
Glad you are functional now! Have a great new year!
Joe, I am glad I was able to help. I still run Windows 7. I am able to access all info on the Oklahoma Corporation Commission website and the Oklahoma Tax Commission website plus a subscription service I use with IE. I mostly use Chrome for MRF and the daily crossword. Good Luck
Hi all we jest found out that e have minarles mineral rights here and don’t have a clue as to were to start . Well my wife’s mother passed 15 years ago and we New nothing about them well about a year ago Continental track us down and wanted to lease them. My wife did and now we’re here. In the process of it we found out that the company that had a lease with here mom did nothing to find us or anything . Well for 15 years now they have been pumping it out and have had no contact with us or anything and now we’re getting the run around from them and everyone that we have spoken to and we don’t now what to do so I’m been looking for some help and am stomped. We live in California and that really manking things tuff having to do it all by phone so I’m hopping you all might have a little advice for me. She didn’t have a will and we need to probate it frist but don’t know we’re we must do that at here was we’re she lived when she passed so I have been told I have to do it here and told it’s has to be done there and can’t get a straight answer from anyone on it so I saw the post about probate here and wanted to know some more information about the for probate and whether I have to do it or not and where can I get it done. The lawyers that spoke to here in California really don’t know a whole lot about the laws oil and stuff in Oklahoma and probably need to get a lawyer there right. Now the other thing I wanted to I had about is all the back pay where do I go to find out about all that stuff and how much it is and where it’s at because company says it’s there’s $11 in the account now and there was a lot more when I first started talking to him so any ideas on that cuz there’s like water wells on the property now and we really got no idea with you so if you make it help I’m really appreciate it and thanks for advance any advice you can give me
Robert Verges , i just finished a prabate in Grady county. Took about 9 months, i found Perryman & Perryman, LLP from this site. May help to have an attorney practicing in the county of your minerals. This website might have a name pop up MOEA Search . I was told unpaid royalties from a energy company are surrendered to the state after 5 yrs and put in an account. Good luck with your journey. Darrin Kay
You can search for unclaimed mineral funds in the state of death and also on the MOEA Search. Use the state treasurer’s site, not any of those that state they will “help” you (they charge). You should also check Delaware, just in case because many companies have their domicile there.
If she did not have a will, then you will have to settle the estate in the state of her residence under their “Intestate” law. Then once it is settled in the primary state, you need to file a “foreign” probate in Oklahoma using an attorney licensed in OK.
If you wish to post the section, township and range, one of us will look up the wells that have been drilled on that section and then you will have a better idea of what past production you have missed.
Because your mother-in-law did not have a Will, you should file to probate her Estate in one of the Counties in Oklahoma where her minerals are located. There usually is no need to do a probate in her domicile state as only the Oklahoma laws of intestate succession will apply
Todd M. Baker