We are so proud of the commitment made by Sarah and Brian to continuing education on all issues surrounding probate, estate, and trust law and litigation in Texas.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB)
August 03, 2017
Burdette & Rice, one of the leading Texas probate law firms with offices in Dallas and Plano, is proud to announce a successful talk on “Powers of Attorney and Fiduciary Duties: From Creation to Litigation.” Firm attorneys Sarah Toraason and Brian Thomas were the presenters, and the talk was given on July 25, 2017, at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
“We are so proud of the commitment made by Sarah and Brian to continuing education on all issues surrounding probate, estate, and trust law and litigation in Texas,” explained Elliott Burdette, Managing Director of Probate Litigation at Burdette & Rice. “Participating in the SMU event was a great honor, and Sarah and Brian provided a beefy, informative talk for the audience.”
Persons interested in learning more about this issue yet who could not attend the presentation can reach out to either attorney by visiting http://www.dallasprobateattorneys.com/team/. Both attorneys and the firm as a whole welcome inquiries from persons who may have been concerns on estate, trust, or probate litigation with the understanding that the lay public may not fully understand the legal issues involved. The best, first step is to reach out for a consultation. Bloggers and journalists looking for Dallas-based experts for interviews on these topics are also encouraged to reach out to the law firm. Finally, the website has a wealth of information on key topics. For example, persons interested in a basic overview to probate law in Texas can start at the website at http://www.dallasprobateattorneys.com/probate/. The firm has offices in both Dallas and Plano, Texas, and serves clients throughout the Lone Star state.
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