Mark is known as an informative and interesting speaker on all topics.
DALLAS (PRWEB) September 04, 2018
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. Mark will discuss various aspects of litigation involving the misuse of powers of attorney under the new Texas statute.
“Mark is known as an informative and interesting speaker on all topics," explained Elliott Burdette, Managing Director of Probate Litigation at Burdette & Rice. “The fact that Mark will be speaking on the new Texas Power of Attorney act means that this presentation will give keen insights on new changes in Texas law. Anyone with an interest in litigation, powers of attorney, or the new Texas Power of Attorney Act is encouraged to attend."
Persons interested in learning more about power of attorney issues in Texas can reach out to Mark Caldwell by visiting the law firm's website at http://www.dallasprobateattorneys.com/ and clicking on the 'Team' link in the website navigation. Persons interested in an online introduction to the firm's philosophy of handling probate, estate, and trust disputes under Texas law can visit http://www.dallasprobateattorneys.com/our-philosophy/. Although the firm is based in Dallas, Texas, it is recognized throughout Texas as one of the leading litigation law firms in litigation surrounding probate, estate, and trusts.
About Mark Caldwell
Mark R. Caldwell was born on June 29, 1979 at Beaufort Naval Hospital in Beaufort, South Carolina where his father flew F-4 Phantoms at the nearby Marine Corps air station (although his mother had the more difficult job of raising three children). After having lived in South Carolina, North Carolina, Hawaii, and California he returned to North Texas and attended Eastfield Community College before transferring to Southern Methodist University, where he earned a full academic scholarship. One year later, he attended the London School of Economics as a General Course Student. Mark earned his law degree from New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts in 2005. He entered private practice as a litigator in a boutique probate and trust firm, representing executors, guardians, and beneficiaries in complex estate and trust litigation. He has also represented fiduciaries in all phases of estate, trust, and guardianship administration. Mark enjoys the investigatory aspects of estate and trust litigation, including reviewing and analyzing medical, financial, and suspicious property records and transactions. Mark is committed to developing and maintaining strong, personal relationships with his clients. He endeavors to offer smart, pragmatic and cost-effective legal advice. Mark believes that the strongest winning position is one that is simple, direct, and understandable. While he strives to advocate strong, aggressive positions for clients, Mark also strives to resolve disputes in an ethical, reasonable, and cost-effective manner. Mark is passionate about holding those who exploit others for personal gain accountable.
Persons interested in Mark and his expertise are encouraged to visit the law firm website and reach out for a consultation. Journalists and bloggers looking for an expert in Texas Powers of Attorney are also encouraged to reach out.
About Burdette & Rice, PLLC
Burdette & Rice, PLLC is a top Dallas probate law firm, with lawyers dedicated to listening to their clients, being fully present to them, and advocating their clients’ positions in the simplest and most persuasive way possible. The law firm employs some of the top probate and estate lawyers in Dallas, Texas. Clients come to Burdette & Rice to contest a will in Texas, work on complex inheritance litigation and disputes, and to litigate disputes over powers of attorney, guardianship and trustee issues all based on Texas law.
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