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Burdette & Rice Announces Successful Presentation on How to Probate a Will in Texas by Attorney David Mead

June 14, 2018 – Dallas, Texas. Burdette & Rice, one of the leading Texas estate, trust, and probate litigation law firms, is proud to announce that attorney David Mead gave a successful presentation to Dallas County attorneys on the topic of how to probate a will under Texas law. Continue reading

Surrendering the Last Will and Testament of a Deceased Person Upon His Death


Texas law has clear requirements regarding last wills and testaments, among them the requirement that any last will and testament be properly filed with the Court. If you or a loved one is facing a possible dispute or will contest under Texas law, reach out to one of our Dallas-based attorneys for a consultation. We may be able to assist you in compelling a trustee to properly file and disseminate a last will and testament as required by law.

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Burdette & Rice, a Leading Texas Law Firm for Probate, Estate, and Trust Litigation, Announces Twitter Milestone

May 7, 2016 – Dallas, Texas. Burdette & Rice, a top Dallas law firm focusing on will litigation and disputes, is proud to announce an important social media milestone: the posting of the firm’s one hundred fiftieth tweet on Twitter. Twitter, of course, is the ‘go to’ social network for news and timely information, and Burdette & Rice is acquiring a reputation as one of the most technologically forward-looking law firms in the greater Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex. Continue reading

Burdette & Rice, a Leading Dallas Law Firm for Will Contests & Litigation, Releases Latest in Blog Series on Wills

Dallas, Texas – May 2, 2016. Burdette & Rice, a top Dallas law firm focusing on will litigation and disputes, is proud to announce the latest informative post to its blog on the topic of wills. Many lay people have questions about how to draft a will, and once drafted, how to change a will. The firm’s blog answers these types of questions in simple language. Continue reading