A breach of fiduciary duty occurs when one party’s position or action breaches a duty of trust owed to another. A breach of fiduciary duty is a serious legal accusation that occurs in the management of a trust or an estate.
Orlando, Florida attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, managing partner of Bloodworth Law, explains what undue influence is and what will happen when undue influence may have occurred during the creation of a will or trust.
Attorney Reed Bloodworth explains that a person challenging a will or trust has to collect and provide admissible evidence to show that at the time the person signed the will, they did not have the capacity to do so.
It’s hard to believe that someone in a decedent’s life committed fraud in order to receive more from a will or a trust than was intended or wanted by a loved one. But filing a Florida will contest or trust dispute under the theory that
What is duress? Duress is asking or forcing someone to execute, change or create a will or a trust by threat of physical, mental or other means of pressure. If a person is forced into creating, changing or executing a will or a trust, there
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
Hi, I’m Reed Bloodworth, founding partner of Bloodworth Law. Today I’m going to take a moment to explain, what is trust or probate litigation? Well, the first issue we should address is what is a trust? A trust is a legal creation whose purpose is
Reed Bloodworth’s clients often say they knew in their hearts that something was wrong which leads them to suing family over probate issues.
It’s very difficult when a person with Alzheimer’s wants to change a will. Can a will be changed by someone who has Alzheimer’s?