Will everyone at some point need a probate attorney? Yes, and no. The answer varies based on asset ownership, having a will, or a trust.
Orlando, Florida, litigation attorney and Bloodworth Law partner Alyson M. Laderman, played a key role in a September 2021 Florida Fifth District Court of Appeals opinion on several Personal Injury Protection (PIP) cases victory for medical providers.
U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyer in Commercial Litigation attorney L. Reed Bloodworth explains: what is negligent misrepresentation?
An example of fraudulent misrepresentation is when one party is negotiates with another party to enter into a contract but says things that are not true to in an effort to enter into a contract
Attorney Reed Bloodworth said a rule of thumb is that if you feel in your heart that a trustee is doing something wrong, you should talk to an attorney immediately.
Bloodworth Law sees many clients with legal disputes and explains that all cases do not become lawsuits.
Establishing a trust is an option within estate planning to put aside assets for family, friends, non-profits, any beneficiary you choose. But should you establish a trust? Can you fund a trust?
A breach of fiduciary duty occurs when one party’s position or action breaches a duty of trust owed to another. A breach of fiduciary duty is a serious legal accusation that occurs in the management of a trust or an estate.
A succession plan is a strategy to prepare a business for all contingencies including the owner’s death, a partner’s divorce, incapacity, partner buyouts, selling the business—or parts of it.
A succession plan is included in a business operating agreement at the inception of a business. It allows a business to continue running smoothly in the case of CEO’s death or a change in partnership.