David Mead has a special aversion for those that abuse neglect or exploit the young, elderly or infirm. It’s one of the reasons he became a probate attorney. Specializing in fiduciary litigation concerning estate and trust administration, he quickly identifies key issues and crafts creative solutions to unique and complex problems.

Believing that people should do what’s right, even when no one is watching, David represents his clients with integrity, compassion and effective strategies that produce positive results.

While in law school, David interned at Dallas Probate Court No. 3 for the Honorable Michael E Miller.

After graduating in 2010, David opened his own solo probate, guardianship, and estate planning practice. He was selected and served as a member of the Dallas Bar Association Probate Council and has served as a co-chairperson for the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Elder Law Committee. He is an active member of the Probate, Trusts, and Estates Section of the Dallas Bar Association. David volunteers as an attorney for The Senior Source and serves on its Advisory Committee for the Guardianship Program. He has made several community and professional presentations on probate and guardianship related matters. He has served many North Texas Courts as a court-appointed administrator, guardian, trustee, receiver, attorney ad litem, and guardian ad litem.

EDUCATION

  • B.B.A., Baylor University
  • J.D., Baylor Law School
  • B.S. Marine Transportation, Texas A&M

REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE

  • Represents guardians, executors, trustees, heirs, and beneficiaries in all phases of guardianship, estate and trust administration
  • Routinely serves as attorney ad litem and guardian ad litem in guardianship cases

Community and Bar Association Involvement

  • Volunteer attorney for The Senior Source
  • Member of Advisory Board for the guardianship and money management programs at The Senior Source
  • Volunteer attorney for Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program (DVAP)
  • Former member of the Dallas County Probate Council
  • Former co-chair of the Elder Law Committee for the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers (DAYL)

Personal

Before joining Caldwell, Bennett, Thomas, Toraason & Camp, PLLC, David owned his own probate law practice. Also, before law school, he spent time in the marine transportation industry, including working as a merchant mariner where he piloted a ship through sections of Gatun Lake on the Panama Canal. In his spare time, he likes to fish, camp and learn everything he can about the World War II Pacific Theater.