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.
When someone is persuaded to enter into a contract based on bad information or through a deception it’s considered to be fraudulent inducement.
Reed Bloodworth, the managing partner of Bloodworth Law, explains that holographic, electronic and oral wills are not recognized in Florida.
The Bloodworth Law team includes Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth Managing Partner, Attorney and Partner J. Kemp Brinson, Attorney and Partner Alyson M. Laderman, Attorney and Partner Michael J. LaPorte, Associate Attorney Juliane Brumbaugh, Associate Attorney Christina M. Miner, Of Counsel Attorney Tonya Walker, Paralegals Carlos Acedo, Melissa Acevedo, and Erika Hernandez.
Reed Bloodworth is the managing partner of Bloodworth Law with offices in Orlando, Florida and Winter Haven, Florida. Reed talks about what are the most common reasons for a Florida probate lawsuit? And what makes people decide to file a probate suit or pursue legal actions in probate disputes?
Attorney Reed Bloodworth explains Florida’s law that addresses the protection of trade secrets. Misappropriation of trade secrets has civil and criminal penalties.
Winter Haven and Orlando attorney Reed Bloodworth explains reasons for questioning a Florida will include: Lack of Testamentary Capacity, Undue Influence, Fraud, or, Duress.
For the third consecutive year, Orlando, Florida, and Winter Haven, Florida, litigator L. Reed Bloodworth, Managing Partner of Bloodworth Law, PLLC, was named to the Florida Trend Legal Elite in Commercial Litigation. The honor includes the top 1.2% of Florida attorneys.