The good news is we’re not billing you by the hour for reading this.The bad news is that you shouldn’t act on any of this advice or information without consulting a West Virginia licensed attorney who practices in oil and gas a lot and who will, probably, bill you by the hour. Guy Ritchie married his model girlfriend Jacqui Ainsley in Wiltshire, England, on Thursday, July 30, Us Weekly can confirm. PHOTOS: Celebrity weddings in 2015 "Congratulations to @Jacquiainsley and @realguyritchie love and best wishes to you on your wedding day x vb," Victoria Beckham wrote via Instagram."#jaxguyjuly" Last week, Ainsley gave a sneak peek of her gorgeous lace wedding gown via Instagram.After days of teasing their followers on social media with rather raucous shots from their respective stag and hen parties, the fun-loving pair seem to be holding their wedding ceremony with a festival theme in mind.Next to the home owned by the movie director (and formerly his ex-wife Madonna), there were also several other tents, including one that appeared to be for food preparation and a much larger separate marquee, as well as a tent, hinting that there will be some live music at the reception.Ashcombe House was famously owned by Madonna and Guy back when they were married and, in their divorce settlement, it became the director's property while the superstar singer kept their London townhouse.Her self-created hashtag has collected heartfelt well-wishings from the celebrity community, kicked off on Thursday morning by the Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrel director's best pal David - who had flown from Los Angeles to the UK to attend the big day.
His ex-wife Madonna's sons Rocco (left) and David Banda (right) - from their seven-year marriage - were there to help her Congratulations to Jacqui Ainsley and Guy Ritchie who were married yesterday.
He shared a sweet message for the happy couple ahead of their ceremony, captioned beside a picture of himself working with the esteemed filmmaker on Instagram.
He wrote: 'What a beautiful day today is going to be...
Kyle Nuttall negotiates oil and gas leases and pipeline right of ways for West Virginia mineral and surface owners. Nuttall graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law in 2007. He spent two years as an abstractor and two years as a curative landman.
That experience provided a unique perspective on oil and gas that most attorneys who negotiate leases don’t have. Nuttall has negotiated dozens of leases and dealt with most of the major developers and lease brokers in this area.