Musselman Abstract was founded by Milton W. Musselman in 1906, a year prior to Oklahoma achieving statehood. After four generations of Musselman family ownership, Drew and Jordan Ihrig purchased the company from the late Sherry Musselman Cox. With more than 100 years of continuity and experience, we are your number one source for quality abstracts, title insurance and information, and efficient closing solutions. Musselman Abstract is proud of our continued excellence in service and attention to detail for the customers we serve.
Whether you are purchasing your first home, moving your business to a new location, or ensuring your ranch or farmland is protected against title issues, Musselman Abstract is here to help. Buying and selling property can be a difficult process. We want to make sure that when you close on your property, the transition is as smooth and timely as possible. Our knowledgable team ensures you have clear title with our abstracting services, protects you from title issues by providing title insurance, and efficiently executes your property transaction with our closing services. For more information on our services, view our Services page.
With Bartlesville's rich history and tradition, we are grateful to support the community from which we draw our success. A member of the Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce for a century, Musselman employees donate both time and resources to a multitude of local civic causes, non-profit charities, local schools and to the thriving Bartlesville Arts scene. For more information, or to learn how to request support, check out our Civic Investments page.
For the most efficient and effective customer service, Musselman Abstract retains in-house legal counsel to clear your title requirements faster and get you to the closing table sooner. We take pride in assuring accuracy, efficiency, professionalism and up to date information throughout all your real estate transactions. We are a long-standing member of the Oklahoma Land Title Association and the American Land Title Association.