Here are the driving directions for getting to the Burdette and Rice law firm from Addison, Texas. Remember: our attorneys specialize in probate, estate, and trust disputes and litigation and our offices are not far from Addison, making it easy to have a face-to-face meeting on your probate, estate, or trust dispute or litigation matter. In addition, we use email, telephone, and Internet to reduce the need for driving from Addison into Dallas to discuss your legal needs.
Please call for a consultation before driving in!
Directions from Addison to Burdette & Rice, Dallas.
- Head west on Addison Cir toward Addison Rd
- Continue onto Inwood Rd
- Use any lane to turn left to stay on Inwood Rd
- Use any lane to turn slightly right onto Dallas Pkwy/Inwood Rd
- Turn right onto Interstate 635 Service Rd
- Turn right onto Galleria Place (destination will be on the right)
- Our office is on the 6th floor, Suite 601
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Addison & Probate, Estate, and Trust Attorney Services
The reality is that for a law firm with specialized probate attorneys, one needs the experience of the big city. Yet, with our North Dallas location, you can get the convenience of a local lawyer and the skills of a big city law firm. It’s the best of both worlds. Burdette & Rice specializes in probate, estate, and trust disputes and litigation. You can check out our website for a complete list of services (just use the site navigation above), or reach out to us for a no charge initial phone consultation. We’re not far from Addison, so don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our specialized probate attorneys with your questions and needs.
Historical Factoid about Addison
Addison was named after Addison Robertson, who served as the community’s second postmaster from 1908-1916. In 1902, the first industry was introduced to Addison when a cotton gin was built on Addison Road, near the railroad, by the Pistole brothers. It became the Plano Cotton Oil Mill in 1904 and the Farmers Gin of Addison in 1919.
Located on Belt Line Road is the Addison School Building which was built in 1914. In 1954, the school was annexed and became a part of the Dallas Independent School District. The school, which was closed in 1964, now serves as the Addison Magic Time Machine Restaurant.
The City of Addison was incorporated on June 15, 1953, under an alder-manic form of government and was changed to the “Town of Addison” in 1982. Addison’s first Mayor was M.W. Morris and the aldermen were Guy Dennis, Robert W. Wood, J.E. Julian, Jr., Dr. H.T. Nesbit and Seldon Knowles.