Brian W. Farabough has practiced law in Amarillo with Lovell, Lovell, Isern & Farabough, LLP since being admitted to the Texas Bar in 2011. Brian is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Oil, Gas and Mineral Law. His practice focuses on oil and gas matters, contract and business disputes, contractor representation, cattle transaction disputes, and landowner representation in all types of matters, including condemnation. His oil and gas practice covers everything from the review and drafting of industry contracts to representing clients in oil and gas disputes through trial and appeal. On behalf of his clients in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, he regularly seeks the enforcement and/or protection of real property rights and rights under the terms and provisions of contracts and real property conveyance instruments. Brian also assists his clients with the collection of amounts owed for unpaid work, services and materials through breach of contract lawsuits and the filing and foreclosing of liens.
If you do not have a legal question for Brian, ask him about one of the other things that keep him busy outside of the office – his wife Becca, his daughter Lulu, or Texas prehistory and archaeology.