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.
This is a list of some of common probate and trust litigation issues which may spur you to go and consult with a probate and trust litigation attorney.
What Does a Personal Representative Do in Probate? First, what is Probate? Probate is the formal, court supervised, process whereby a person’s will is proven to be valid and complied with. What Does a Personal Representative Do in Probate? The Personal representative is the person approved by the court to carry out the probate procedure. […]
Today I wanted to talk to you about what does a beneficiary do during probate? The first issue to address is what is probate? What Does a Beneficiary Do During Probate? Probate is the formal, court supervised process whereby a person’s will is validated and supervised to make sure it’s compliant with. What’s a Beneficiary? […]