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Burdette & Rice Announces Mark Caldwell to Speak on New Texas Power of Attorney Act and Litigation

September 1, 2018 – Dallas, Texas. Burdette & Rice, a leading Texas law firm focused on litigation in probate, estate, and trust litigation, is proud to announce that firm attorney Mark Caldwell will be speaking at the State Bar of Texas 29th annual course on estate planning and probate drafting on the topic of discussing the new Texas Power of Attorney Act. Continue reading

Dallas Probate Law Firm, Burdette & Rice, Announces Successful Presentation to Dallas County Estate and Probate Attorneys by David Mead

Dallas, Texas – July 31, 2018. Burdette & Rice, one of the leading estate, trust, and probate litigation law firms in the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex, is proud to announce that attorney David Mead gave a well-received presentation to Dallas county estate and probate attorneys on the topic of handling probate matters. Continue reading

Leading Texas Trust, Estate, and Probate Litigation Law Firm, Burdette & Rice Announces ‘Trifecta’ in Texas Rising Stars Super Lawyer Designation

Dallas, Texas – March 31, 2017. Burdette & Rice, a Dallas, Texas law firm specializing in probate, trust, and estate disputes and litigation, is proud to announce a “trifecta,” in that three of its attorneys have achieved the prestigious designation as Texas Rising Star Super Lawyers by SuperLawyers.com. Eighteen attorneys, total, achieved this designation in Texas in 2017. Continue reading

Leading Texas Probate Law Firm, Burdette & Rice Announces New Service for California-related Probate Litigation or Disputes

Dallas, Texas – October 30, 2016. Burdette & Rice, one of the leading Texas law firms for probate disputes and litigation, is proud to announce a new service offering for California-related probate litigation and/or disputes. When an estate, trust, or probate dispute touches both California and Texas, an experienced law firm with connections in both states can make the process easier for interested parties. Continue reading



When someone dies, he or she may not leave a will. Obviously, proper estate planning would have involved the creation of a last will and testament, but not everyone complies with this best practice. In this blog post, Dallas attorney Marisol Trottier explains ‘proceeding to determine heirship,’ which is what happens if the heirs to an estate are not self-evident.

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Burdette & Rice, a Dallas, Texas, Probate Litigation Law Firm, Announces New Milestone in Continuing Education for Depositions

Dallas, Texas – July 31, 2016. Burdette & Rice, a Dallas, Texas, law firm focused on disputes and litigation in probate, estate, and trust, is proud to announce yet another milestone in the firm’s continuing education strategy for all of its attorneys, this time focused on deposition experience. Continue reading