Bill Cornett grew up on a farm in Knox County, Texas. He received a degree from Texas Tech University in Agricultural Economics and has owned and operated farm and ranch land, raised crops and cattle on pasture and in feedlots over the past 45 years. He has represented many clients in all aspects of agriculture. Bill Cornett has legal experience in agricultural real estate, leases, mineral leases, corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, land partitions, cattle deals, estate planning, and government programs. Bill speaks your language in talking crops and cattle.
Fifty years of experience in owning, training, showing and roping on American Quarter Horses insures he understands the passion and love you have for your equines. Bill is one of only a few lawyers who has successfully represented AQHA horse owners in appeals before the American Quarter Horse Association Executive Committee. The Quarter Horse Association Executive Committee is the highest level of appeal for Quarter Horse Exhibitors charged with serious rule infractions. Quarter Horse World Championships are at stake at that level. Hard work, preparation and determination are the reasons we have been successful on AQHA appeals for our clients. Call the Office of Bill Cornett toll free (800) 658 - 6618, or our local number (806) 374 - 9498, for a free consultation.
Agricultural Law Practice Areas:
Farm and Mineral Leases
Cattle Graxing Leases
Landlord or Tenant Issues
Bill Cornett is an experienced agricultural attorney with the background necessary to accurately represent you. Put his experience as a farm ranch attorney to work for you. Call Bill today at (806) 374-9498 for a free consultation to determine how we can assist your legal needs.
Contact us for an experienced agricultural attorney in these and other surrounding cities:
Dalhart, Dumas, Stratford, Vega, Hereford, Dimmitt, Canyon, Amarillo, Tulia, Pampa, Childress, Borger, Clarendon, and Perryton.
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Bill Cornett grew up on a farm in Knox City, Texas. He received his Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics from Texas Tech University and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Houston Law School. Bill was licensed to practice law in the State of Texas in 1973.