Florida attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, managing partner of Bloodworth Law, discusses what trust litigation is and explains when it may be used.
Bloodworth Law represents professional corporate trustees, beneficiaries, family members, and trustees, and can guide them through their fiduciary duties and responsibilities. When do Florida beneficiary issues become trust disputes?
Attorney Reed Bloodworth explains that courts decide where a trust dispute is litigated according to Florida statutes. This location is called the venue for the lawsuit.
What are the roles and responsibilities of co-trustees? Trust litigation issues often involve disagreements between relatives, and sometimes the co-trustees
L. Reed Bloodworth is the managing partner of Bloodworth Law. The new office is located at 801 N. Magnolia Avenue, Suite 216, in downtown Orlando, Florida. The second office is located at 331 West Central Avenue, Suite 244, in Winter Haven, Florida. Bloodworth Law handles many types of trust litigation cases and represents both plaintiffs […]
Attorney Reed Bloodworth, managing partner of Bloodworth Law in Orlando, and Winter Haven, Florida, talks about the differences in Florida trusts. Reed represents family members, trustees, beneficiaries, as well as professional corporate trustees.
Florida attorney Reed Bloodworth, the managing partner of Bloodworth Law in Orlando explains what a trust dispute is. Trust disputes describe a great number of issues that arise from sudden changes or drastic differences.
Reed Bloodworth talks about what to do if you have questions about how a trust is being handled. Attorneys can help contest actions or request actions through the court.
Reed Bloodworth explain what you’ll be asked to do as a Florida trustee so that you’ll know what’s expected and can try to avoid common legal problems and lawsuits.
The most common trust lawsuits involve beneficiaries who at some point were beneficiaries of a trust. Breach of fiduciary duty, self-dealing, excessive trustee fees are also common reasons for trust litigation in Florida.