Burdette & Rice Announces Presentation on Texas Fiduciary Litigation by Attorney Mark Caldwell

Mark R. Caldwell

We are very proud of Mark’s commitment to continuing education.

Burdette & Rice, one of the leading Texas law firms with expertise in estate, trust, and probate disputes under Texas law, is proud to announce that firm attorney, Mark Caldwell, gave a well-received talk on “Fiduciary Litigation” at the Graduate Texas Trust School at Southern Methodist University, on July 25th, 2017. Caldwell is a well-known speaker in Texas on legal matters concerning estate, trust, and probate disputes and litigation.

“We are very proud of Mark’s commitment to continuing education,” explained Elliott Burdette, Managing Director of Probate Litigation at Burdette & Rice. “His latest talk at SMU helped practitioners understand many of the complex issues surrounding fiduciaries and their responsibilities under Texas law.”

Persons interested in learning more about this issue yet who could not attend the presentation can reach out to Mark Caldwell at http://www.dallasprobateattorneys.com/mark-r-caldwell/. It should be noted that Mark, and the whole team at Burdette & Rice, are eager to educate and work with the lay public, so persons who may be facing a potential fiduciary issue are urged to not be shy and to reach out for a professional consultation. Often times, the lay public does not understand the legal issues but knows only that they may be facing a “will contest” or some type of dispute or possible litigation vis-a-vis trusts, estates, and probate under Texas law. Those interested in a basic overview to probate can start at the website at http://www.dallasprobateattorneys.com/probate/. With offices in Dallas and in Plano, the firm’s probate attorneys are easy to meet with on a one-to-one basis.

More on Mark R. Caldwell, Texas Estate and Probate Attorney

Mark Caldwell represents individuals involved in contested guardianships actions and has wide experience in protecting clients’ rights in disputed matters involving trusts, estates, guardianships and breaches of fiduciary duty. He is a recognized lawyer throughout Texas in areas of trust, probate, and estate litigation, and Mark earned his law degree from the New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts, in 2005, before returning to Dallas, Texas….

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