Kimberly A. Wurtz
As founder of Wurtz & Associates, Kimberly Wurtz has dedicated her practice to assisting landowners while also striving to protect the land and our natural resources. Today, Kimberly practices property and energy law in Norman, Oklahoma. Prior to entering the legal field, Kimberly worked as a landman in Midland, Texas, gaining over 15 years of experience in the Permian and Delaware Basins, while focusing on land operations and management.
Kimberly is a double graduate from the University of Oklahoma, receiving her bachelor's degree in business administration, followed by her Juris Doctor. From our Norman office, Kimberly's practice focuses on landowner property matters, water law and estate planning.
As an Oklahoma delegate to the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, she serves as the Vice Chair of the Legal and Regulatory Affairs Committee, as well as the Energy Resources, Research and Technology Committee. She is also currently serving on the Oklahoma NARO Board of Directors. Kimberly also teaches Mineral Title Examination and Oil and Gas Regulatory Practice at Texas A&M University School of Law.
Kimberly is the co-author for Patton and Palomar on Land Titles and has published articles on produced water and well interference. She and her husband, David, live in Norman with their two children, Logan and Amara. In her free time, she enjoys reading, running and spending time with her family.
Kim Ramsey supports Wurtz & Associates with a comprehensive command of legal, office, administrative and clerical support functions combined with the knowledge of legal documents, court filings and legal procedures.
Kim began her career as a legal assistant in 2017. Working for small to middle sized law firms, gaining experience in family law, probate, criminal law, personal injury, real estate, and general civil matters. Today, her focus is on property and water transactions as well as litigation support for our clients.
Originally from Charlotte, North Carolina, Kim obtained degrees from the University of North Carolina Wilmington in Film Studies and Criminal Justice. Kim originally planned on a career in the film industry, but instead found her place here in the legal field. In addition to her legal career, she is also a local Realtor® for the greater Oklahoma City metro area.
Kim moved to Oklahoma with her husband Hunter in 2015 and both enjoy spending as much time as possible with their young daughter, Emma. For fun, she also enjoys grilling out, hunting with her husband, going to concerts, and watching A Few Good Men or Pride & Prejudice on repeat.