- May 15, 2013
-- The probate law firm of Calloway, Norris, Burdette & Weber, PLLC has been helping clients resolve their legal matters since 1926. The attorneys with the firm are experienced in all areas of probate, fiduciary litigation and guardianship, including will and trust contests, fiduciary litigation involving trustees and beneficiaries, guardianships, and estate and trust administration. The law firm has successfully represented clients in a variety of probate and estate matters.
Attorney Brandy Baxter-Thompson has earned her Board Certification in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. She has a perfect AVVO rating of 10.0 Superb on the basis of her experience, recognition in the legal field, and her professional conduct. Her main area of practice focuses in the area of trust and estate litigation, including will contests, fiduciary litigation and guardianship. Ms. Baxter-Thompson has met the stringent requirements set by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in order to qualify for board certification, including practicing law for a required number of years; handling a wide variety of probate, estate and guardianship matters; participating in continuing legal education seminars in the area of practice; evaluations by lawyers and judges; and passing a day-long written examination. In 2013, her speaking engagements include the topic of “Litigation in Probate Court” at the Friday Update Conference where she spoke with Mary C. Burdette, and a presentation of the topic “To Probate or Not Probate,” which will take place at the upcoming Intermediate Estate Planning and Probate Seminar to be held in Houston, Texas. Her published articles include “Power of Attorney v. Guardianship”
in the Dallas Bar Association Headnotes and “How to Offer and Exclude Evidence” in the University of Houston Law Center. She is licensed to practice law in Texas and her memberships include the Dallas Bar Association Probate Section and the REPTL section of the State Bar of Texas.
Take a moment to visit the firm online or by phone and speak with an attorney about your probate or trust matter. If you need assistance with trust or probate administration or litigation, call the firm today or access their site at http://www.dallasprobatelawfirm.com