Florida attorney L. Reed Bloodworth is the managing partner of Bloodworth Law with offices in Orlando and Winter Haven.
Are You Calling the Right Attorney for Your Case?
When you have a legal problem, are you calling the right attorney for your case?
Check Attorney Practice Areas
First, if you have a case where you are the trustee of a trust, and you have been sued by beneficiaries or potential beneficiaries under a previous version of a trust, make sure you call a lawyer who is known for practicing in the area of probate and trust litigation.
And related to that, is that you not only call an attorney who practices the area of law about which you need assistance in.
Read and Check Attorney Reviews
Second, research and contact attorneys who are well-regarded in those fields that they practice in. Check their reviews online, find out what their peers in the legal field say about them in reviews.
These are things clients should do before they contact a lawyer.
Did You Budget for the Legal Service?
The other thing clients should be prepared to discuss with their attorney is what their budget is for the service they’re seeking. For example, if you need a simple estate plan prepared it won’t be very expensive.
But if you are filing a large trust dispute or a complex business dispute, they’re going to be expensive. Clients should be ready to have open and frank discussions with their attorneys about what service it is they’re looking for, and what their budgets are for those services.
Do You Have a Case?
Reed helps a client to determine whether or not they have a case, and then discuss funding. Whether the documentation supports the case, is the case viable, and is the case collectible.
Bloodworth Law handles business litigation, probate litigation, estate planning, trust litigation, employment litigation, and mediation for clients across the state.
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