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Change of Ownership

Halcón Resources requires all requests for ownership changes and supporting documentation to be signed and mailed or emailed to the company to whom you originally leased your property.*

In the table below, the left column lists common situations that affect ownership changes, and the right column lists the documents needed for the changes to be made.

*Required documentation varies based upon laws or regulations in different legal jurisdictions.

Situation

The Following Documentation Is Required

Name and Address Changes

Download the form below and follow the instructions for submission. Please include the required documentation.

Change of Address Form

 

Individual's name changes due to marriage, divorce, etc.

Marriage certificate, divorce decree reinstating maiden name, or other document affecting name change

Company or corporation changes its name

Certificate of Name Change including Tax ID

Company or corporation's name changes due to a merger

Certificate of Merger including Tax ID

Sale of an Interest

Conveyance filed of record in the county or parish in which the property is located

Ownership Change Due to Divorce

Complete divorce decree including settlement agreement, recorded conveyances (if appropriate)

Trusts/Partnerships

 

Trust or partnership is created

Trust or partnership agreement and, if appropriate, recorded document conveying the interest in a property to a trust or partnership

Trust or partnership is terminated

Dissolution of trust or partnership and, if appropriate, recorded conveyances to beneficiary

Changes in trustee

Instrument whereby the successor trustee was appointed

Joint tenancy and one dies

Death certificate of joint tenant

Estate Proceedings

 

Owner died with a will (testate) and probate proceedings are to be conducted in the state where the property is located

  • Death certificate
  • Order admitting will to probate
  • Letters testamentary
  • Last will and testament
  • Evidence debts and taxes have been paid

Owner died with a will (testate) and probate proceedings are to be conducted in a state other than the state where the property is located

  • Final decree of distribution or judgment of possession
  • Death certificate
  • Last will and testament
  • Letters testamentary
  • Order admitting will to probate
  • Final decree of distribution or judgment of possession
  • Evidence debts and taxes have been paid

Owner died without a will (intestate)
Note: Laws of Descent and Distribution will apply as relevant

  • Documentation of ancillary probate proceedings opened in all affected states or affidavit of heirship
  • Death certificate
  • Letters of administration
  • Affidavit of heirship
  • Evidence debts and taxes have been paid
  • Life tenant's death certificate

Bankruptcy

Names and addresses of remaindermen

Chapter 11

Plan of reorganization

Chapter 7

  • Order confirming the plan of reorganization
  • Recorded conveyance (as appropriate)
  • Order naming trustee of bankruptcy estate
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