What if a beneficiary pressures a trustee for an early, an additional, or an emergency dispersal?
Attorney Reed Bloodworth talks about whether a trustee is responsible for market dips? Has a trustee complied with the prudent investor rule?
The number one reason trustees have disputes with beneficiaries is poor communication or a lack of communication
Florida attorney Reed Bloodworth handles trustee defense for clients in legal disputes with beneficiaries. Based in Orlando, Reed is the managing partner of Bloodworth Law. How Can Trustees Avoid Problems With Beneficiaries? Reed explains that communication – or a lack of communication — typically gets
Managing partner of Bloodworth Law, Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth sees why trustees get into trouble with beneficiaries. Usually it’s because of a lack of communication between parties
Reed Bloodworth talks about Florida trustee defensess against beneficiary claims in legal disputes
Bloodworth Law handles trustee defense and addresses the question: Is a Florida trustee liable for portfolio losses?
Attorney Reed Bloodworth said a rule of thumb is that if you feel in your heart that a trustee is doing something wrong, you should talk to an attorney immediately.
Establishing a trust is an option within estate planning to put aside assets for family, friends, non-profits, any beneficiary you choose. But should you establish a trust? Can you fund a trust?
Florida attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, managing partner of Bloodworth Law, discusses what trust litigation is and explains when it may be used.