Here are the driving directions for getting to the Burdette and Rice law firm from Highland Park, Texas. Remember: our attorneys specialize in probate, estate, and trust disputes and litigation and our offices are not far from Highland Park, 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 Highland Park into Dallas to discuss your legal needs.
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Directions from Highland Park to Burdette & Rice, Dallas.
- Get on Dallas North Tollway North
- Follow Dallas North Tollway N to Dallas Pkwy. Take the exit toward Galleria Rd/Alpha Rd from Dallas North Tollway N
- Continue on Dallas Pkwy. Drive to Galleria Pl
- Turn right onto Galleria Place (destination will be on the right)
- Our office is on the 6th floor, Suite 601
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Highland Park & 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 free consultation. We’re not far from Highland Park, so don’t hesitate to reach out to one of our specialized probate attorneys with your questions and needs.
Historical Factoid about Highland Park
In 1837, after a savage Indian battle, the remnants of a Texas Ranger scouting expedition camped in a lovely spot along “the creek with all the turtles.” These survivors were the first recorded Anglo-Americans in the area that is now known as Highland Park. Years later, this creek would become known as Turtle Creek, offering breathtaking park vistas for area residents.
A year later, an old Caddo Indian trace was surveyed by the Republic of Texas to become part of a National Central Road to run from Austin to the Red River. This route was also used as a segment of the old Shawnee Trail for cattle drives to Missouri. Today that trail is known as Preston Road. It is easy to imagine the founder of Dallas, John Neely Bryan, walking through the one-day-to-be Highland Park as he traveled Preston Trail on his way to the founding of Dallas.