Change of Ownership

 

In the event your ownership information changes, please reference the chart below and send the required documentation to update your account. Required documentation may vary based upon laws or regulations in different legal jurisdictions. Basic address change requests may be submitted online:

 
 
Situations that affect ownershipRequired Documentation
Name | Address | Business
Address ChangeSubmit request in writing with your signature.
Name ChangeMarriage Certificate, Divorce Decree reinstating maiden name or other legal documentation of name change
Company Name ChangeCertificate of Name Change including tax I.D.
Company Name Change Due to MergerCertificate of Merger including tax I.D.
Appointment of Attorney-In-FactCopy of Power of Attorney
Sale of InterestConveyance filed of record in the County where the property is located
Ownership Change Due to DivorceComplete Divorce Decree including Settlement Agreement and recorded conveyances (if appropriate)
Trusts
Trust or Partnership is CreatedTrust or Partnership Agreement and the document conveying the interest in a property to a Trust or Partnership recorded in the County where the property is located
Trust or Partnership is TerminatedDissolution of Trust or Partnership and if appropriate recorded conveyance to the beneficiary
Change in TrusteeInstrument by which the Successor Trustee was appointed
Estate Proceedings
Joint Tenancy with Death of One TenantDeath Certificate of Deceased Tenant along with recorded Affidavit of Surving Joint Tenant.
Owner died with a Will (testate) and probate proceedings are to be conducted in the state where the property is located
  • Death Certificate
  • Last Will and Testament
  • Order Admitting Will to Probate
  • Letters Testamentary or Letters of Administration
  • Evidence Debts and Taxes have been paid
  • Final Decree of Distribution or Judgment of Possession
  • Listing of current mailing addresses for heirs
  • Documentation of Ancillary Probate Proceedings opened in all affected states and recorded in the County where the property is located or Proof of Death & Heirship
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
  • Death Certificate
  • Last Will and Testament
  • Order Admitting Will to Probate
  • Letters Testamentary or Letters of Administration
  • Evidence Debts and Taxes have been paid
  • Final Decree of Distribution or Judgment of Possession
  • Listing of current mailing addresses for heirs
  • Documentation of Ancillary Probate Proceedings opened in all affected states and recorded in the County where the property is located or Proof of Death & Heirship
Owner died without a Will (intestate) and the Estate will not be probated.
NOTE: Laws of Descent and Distribution will apply as relevant
  • Death Certificate
  • Proof of Death & Heirship: Prepared by a disinterested party and executed before a notary public & recorded in County where the property is located.
Life Estate - DeathLife Tenant's Death Certificate Names and Addresses of Remaindermen
Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy: Chapter 11Plan of Reorganization Order confirming Plan of Reorganization
Bankruptcy: Chapter 7Recorded Conveyance (as appropriate) and Order Naming Trustee
 

Mail completed forms to:

Hawkwood Energy
Attn: Owner Relations
Stanford Place III
4582 South Ulster Street, Suite 500
Denver, CO 80237

OwnerRelations@hawkwoodenergy.com

Phone: 303.647.4227

Hawkwood Energy