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Carlos Acedo, Paralegal

Carlos Acedo


Paralegal

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Carlos Acedo is an Orlando, Florida, business litigation, trust litigation, probate litigation, and employment litigation paralegal for Bloodworth Law, PLLC.

Carlos is often the first point of contact with Bloodworth Law clients on the phone and by e-mail assisting in the client intake process. Carlos walks clients through questions to clarify legal situations they’re facing.

Carlos supports all attorneys at Bloodworth Law and assures that procedure and work is in compliance with the rules set forth by the Florida Bar Association.

Carlos joined Bloodworth Law, PLLC, in July 2017, as a paralegal. He attended Stetson University and then, transferred to The University of Florida where he graduated in 2006. He attended Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, Pennsylvania, just outside of Philadelphia. Carlos grew up in Caracas, Venezuela.

Carlos enjoys cycling, photography, gardening, and his dogs: Winston, a Wire Fox Terrier, and Penny, a Black Lab.

  • University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, B.S. in Business Administration: Marketing, 2006
  • Stetson University, Deland, Florida
  • Bloodworth Law, PLLC, July 2017 to Present
  • Law Offices of James C. Weart, P.A. June 2015-July 2017
  • The Ceballos Law Firm, P.A. October 2009-June 2015

I enjoy the interaction with people who come to Bloodworth Law. I like solving problems and since 2009, I’ve yet to see two identical cases. Most of all, this work is my way of helping our community.

People come to a law office with problems that are consuming their lives. Whether it’s a disagreement with a business partner, or a dispute with a family member who may be acting unfairly regarding a family member’s final wishes. It’s extremely satisfying to be a part of the team that provides that client with a sense of relief and justice.

When a client has a resolution to a problem that’s been disrupting them for many years, it’s good to see the look on their face … like the weight of the world is off their shoulders. That’s very rewarding.