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Driving Directions to Our Dallas Probate Law Firm

Convenient to all of Dallas, Burdette & Rice attorneys specialize in estate, probate, and trust disputes and litigation. Reach out, today, for a consultation with one of our Dallas probate lawyers – please be sure to call, in advance, before coming in for an initial consult. (Note: we have a new Plano office – feel free to meet us there). Here are driving directions – 
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From the North Tollway: From the Tollway take the Alpha exit and and stay to the right so as to avoid the U-Turn lane. The exit ramp will put you on Inwood Road. From Inwood turn right on Galleria Drive. From Galleria Drive immediately take your first left onto Galleria Circle. We are the last 12 story polished granite and glass building on your left. There is 30-minute visitor parking out front or on the first level of the covered parking.

From the South Tollway: From the Tollway exit Galleria and turn left onto the LBJ Service Road. Head west on the LBJ Service Road. Take your first immediate right onto Galleria Place (this street is unmarked). Look for a 12 story polished granite and glass building on your right across the street from the Sheraton. There is 30-minute visitor parking out front or on the first level of the covered parking.

From Park Cities/North Dallas East of the Tollway: Take Alpha west towards the Tollway. Continue under the Tollway and turn left (South) on Inwood. From Inwood turn right on Galleria Drive. From Galleria Drive immediately take your first left. We are the last 12 story polished granite and glass building on your left. There is 30-minute visitor parking out front or on the first level of the covered parking.

From 635 Eastbound: Take exit 22D and make a U-turn onto the westbound LBJ service road until you cross over the Tollway. Take your first right, which leads you between our building and the Sheraton Hotel. We are the 12 story polished granite and glass building on your right. Turn right and then right again into our parking lot. There is 30-minute visitor parking out front or on the first level of the covered parking.

From 635 Westbound: Heading west on the LBJ Service Road, cross over the Dallas North Tollway. Take your first immediate right onto Galleria Place (this street is unmarked). Look for a 12 story polished granite and glass building on your right across the street from the Sheraton. There is 30-minute visitor parking out front or on the first level of the covered parking.

About Burdette and Rice: Dallas Probate Attorneys

Burdette & Rice, PLLC is a seven attorney probate, trust, and estate litigation, guardianship and estate law firm, based in Dallas, Texas.  With over 1.2 million folks in Dallas alone, many people come to us to avoid probate, or to dispute probate, throughout Texas. Learn about probate law, and meet our team, voted top-rated Dallas probate attorneys in 2013, 2014 and 2015 by Legal Leaders, published by ALM. Our law firm is composed of probate attorneys and estate lawyers with a passion for the law. Clients come to us to contest a will in Texas, work on complex inheritance litigation and disputes, and even to litigate disputes over powers of attorney, guardianship and trustee issues all based on Texas law.

Fun Factoid about Dallas, Texas

Dallas quickly became a service center for the rural area surrounding it. By the 1850s it had dry-goods stores, groceries, a drugstore, an insurance agency, a boot and shoe shop, brickyards, and saddle shops, as well as a weekly newspaper, the Dallas Herald, founded in 1849. In 1852 French immigrant Maxime Guillot established the first factory, manufacturing carriages and wagons. Alexander and Sarah Horton Cockrell, who purchased Bryan’s remaining interest in the townsite for $7,000 in 1852, built a three-story brick hotel, a steam sawmill, and a flour mill. With the breakup of the nearby La Réunion colony in the late 1850s, skilled European craftsmen and artists moved into Dallas, including brickmakers, cabinetmakers, tailors, milliners, brewers, and musicians. By 1860 the population was 678, including ninety-seven African Americans as well as French, Belgians, Swiss, and Germans. On July 8, 1860, a fire originating in the W. W. Peak Brothers Drugstore spread to the other buildings on the square and destroyed most of the businesses. Suspicion fell on slaves and Northern abolitionists; three slaves were hanged, and two Iowa preachers were whipped and run out of town. In 1861 Dallas voters voted 741 to 237 to secede from the Union.

Source: https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/hdd01

Updated:1/19/2017