Leading Texas Probate Law Firm, Burdette & Rice Announces Successful Presentation on Medical vs. Legal Incapacity

Our firm’s commitment to continuing education is nearly legendary in Dallas and throughout Texas.

Burdette & Rice, one of the leading Texas probate litigation law firms, is proud to announce a well-received presentation by firm attorney David Mead on legal vs. medical incapacity. Mr. Mead, an experienced probate attorney who handles cases involving breaches of fiduciary duty, will contests and other disputes within the context of the administration of an estate or trust or guardianship, presented a speech to Dallas area attorneys attending a continuing legal education seminar at the Dallas Bar Association Headquarters in downtown Dallas on May 23, 2017.

“Our firm’s commitment to continuing education is nearly legendary in Dallas and throughout Texas,” explained Elliott Burdette, Managing Director of Probate Litigation at Burdette & Rice. “David’s presentation was well received, and was a fantastic opportunity for Dallas attorneys to learn some intriguing details concerning medical vs. legal incapacity as it related to will contests under Texas law.”

The presentation discussed the requirements of legal incapacity and compared them with the requirements applicable to establish medical incapacity. An understanding of both topics is necessary to evaluate whether a person had proper capacity when he or she signed a Will or Trust that is later subject to contest, as well as when deciding whether a guardianship application is appropriate.

Persons interested in knowing more who missed the presentation can reach out to David Mead at http://www.dallasprobateattorneys.com/david-mead/. Those who would like more information on probate disputes and litigation under Texas law can visit http://www.dallasprobateattorneys.com/probate-disputes/, or go…

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