Don’t wait if you’re going to dispute a probate or trust. Florida has tight deadlines from 20, 60, or 90 days. And if you suspect foul play, act immediately. Call an attorney.
Are you ready to be a personal representative? I’m attorney Reed Bloodworth, the managing partner of Bloodworth Law, PLLC, in Orlando. I handle trust and probate disputes throughout Florida. I represent trustees, personal representatives, and I also handle disputes for beneficiaries. What I’d like to explain is what you’ll be asked to do in the […]
Hi, I’m Reed Bloodworth, founding partner of Bloodworth Law. Today I’m going to take a moment to explain, what is trust litigation? Well, the first issue we should address is what is a trust? A trust is a legal creation whose purpose is to hold assets for beneficiaries A trust is controlled by a trustee […]
Reed Bloodworth’s clients often say they knew in their hearts that something was wrong which leads them to suing family over probate issues.
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Only a person or persons with an interest in the outcome of the administration of an estate or trust assets may bring a lawsuit to dispute that estate or trust.
A trust is a financial situation created to hold property and assets for another party or parties, beneficiaries, who are the property and asset owners. Whatever you own that holds worth is your estate.
Reed Bloodworth has been a top Trust and Estate Litigation attorney in Florida since 2004 and has extensive experience handling and resolving issues for beneficiaries. Call Reed Bloodworth at 407-777-8541 to begin at least talking about what happened to you. Get on the phone and go through your list of questions with Reed first. You […]
I’m Florida trust & estate litigation attorney Reed Bloodworth. Let’s talk about your case and find out what options you may have as a beneficiary. All will, estate and trust cases vary greatly so you’ll need to talk with an attorney experienced in this area of law.