In contesting an estate, the person claiming to be a relative will have to take a DNA test to prove a blood relationship. If the will is written in such a way that it doesn’t exclude unknown heirs of the grantor’s children, then this will has created an interesting situation.
Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth is the managing partner of Bloodworth Law, PLLC, with offices in Orlando, Florida, and Winter Haven, Florida. How Does a Beneficiary Get Needed Paperwork? Bloodworth Law handles a range of probate and estate litigation for plaintiffs or defendants who need help sorting legal issues. For example, how does a beneficiary get […]
I’m attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, the managing partner of Bloodworth Law. Our Orlando office is located at 801 N. Magnolia Avenue, Suite 216. Our Winter Haven office is located at 332 Ave. B SW. In previous videos, I talked about assets stolen during probate or from a trust. Today I’m going to explain what conversion […]
Should You Contest a Will? Should you contest a will? The answer lies in whether you feel you should have received an inheritance from a loved one who promised they would leave you something in a will. I’m Reed Bloodworth, the managing partner of Bloodworth Law. Our office is at 801 N. Magnolia Avenue, Suite […]
Florida attorney L. Reed Bloodworth answers the question: can you recover items stolen during probate or from a trust?
Reed Bloodworth, the managing partner of Bloodworth Law, explains that holographic, electronic and oral wills are not recognized in Florida.
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?
Winter Haven and Orlando attorney Reed Bloodworth explains reasons for questioning a Florida will include: Lack of Testamentary Capacity, Undue Influence, Fraud, or, Duress.
Florida attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, Bloodworth Law, handles a lot of probate litigation cases, and discusses when and how to fight probate disputes.
If a loved one died, how do you find out what you’re inheriting? It’s a sensitive subject, but one that needs to be addressed and quickly. Florida has 90 days and less to handle these issues.