L. Reed Bloodworth founded Bloodworth Law in January 2017. Today Bloodworth Law is a 2020 U.S. News & World Reports Best Law Firm, has offices in Orlando and in Winter Haven, Florida, and takes on compelling cases in cities and counties across the state.
On Saturday, October 19, attorney and partner Alyson M. Laderman will present and engage as a featured speaker at The Paralegal Association of Florida, Inc., Brevard Chapter, “Attorneys and Paralegals: Defining Success Together,” event.
Orlando and Winter Haven, Florida, attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, Managing Partner of Bloodworth Law, PLLC, has been named a 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyers in Commercial Litigation for the second year. Bloodworth Law, PLLC, was named a 2020 U.S. News & World Report Best Law Firm. Report Best Law Firm®
Florida attorney L. Reed Bloodworth answers the question: can you recover items stolen during probate or from a trust?
L. Reed Bloodworth is the managing partner of Bloodworth Law. The new office is located at 801 N. Magnolia Avenue, Suite 216, in downtown Orlando, Florida. The second office is located at 331 West Central Avenue, Suite 244, in Winter Haven, Florida. Bloodworth Law handles many types of trust litigation cases and represents both plaintiffs […]
What kinds of business partnerships are there in Florida? Bloodworth Law handles business litigation to try to resolve business disputes that arise over partnerships after the businesses are formed.
Managing Partner of Bloodworth Law, attorney L. Reed Bloodworth has been recognized for work in commercial litigation by U.S. News & World Report 2019 Best Lawyers®, 2019 Super Lawyers, and 2019 Orlando Style Magazine’s Attorneys of the Year.
Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, Managing Partner of Bloodworth Law, announces the expansion of the law firm team with a move to a new location at 801 N. Magnolia Ave., Suite 216, in downtown Orlando.
Attorney Reed Bloodworth, managing partner of Bloodworth Law in Orlando, and Winter Haven, Florida, talks about the differences in Florida trusts. Reed represents family members, trustees, beneficiaries, as well as professional corporate trustees.
When someone is persuaded to enter into a contract based on bad information or through a deception it’s considered to be fraudulent inducement.