Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth is the managing partner of Bloodworth Law with offices in Orlando and Winter Haven, Florida. Bloodworth Law can help anyone who needs estate planning to protect family and heirs
Bloodworth Law in Orlando and Winter Haven, Florida, answers the question: what is estate planning? Estate planning is the act of creating legal documents and plans that outline for Florida courts, your heirs, what happens to children, assets, and your estate after you die or if you become incapacitated
Occasionally, business litigation, trust litigation, or estate litigation cases arise which can be considered where clients will be able to have the option of paying through contingency fees. Every case is reviewed and there is no guarantee that it will qualify or be accepted as a contingency fee case.
Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, managing partner of Bloodworth Law, explains that a detailed operating agreement or partnership agreement can protect you from being held personally liable for business debt.
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?
What is a codicil? Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth explains that a codicil is a legal document that allows you to make simple changes to your will. Bloodworth Law is located in Orlando, Florida, and Winter Haven, Florida
Managing partner and attorney L. Reed Bloodworth Bloodworth Law, located in Orlando, Florida, and Winter Haven, Florida, answers the question: what is a settlement agreement?
Estate disputes typically begin after a beneficiary receives less than expected – or nothing — from a will or an estate. Why do you think it’s invalid or should be disputed? Did your parent or loved one have dementia when a will was executed? Or, do you believe someone took advantage or unduly influenced a […]
Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth has received a U.S. News & World Report Best Law Firm in America© 2020 “Lawyer of the Year” award in Commercial Litigation. Bloodworth Law has been named a U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” in 2020 for Commercial Litigation.
Reed Bloodworth said that defamation per quod cases are much more difficult to prove than per se cases because in per quod cases, the statements are typically a more backhanded than a straightforward per se statement.
Florida attorney L. Reed Bloodworth explains that a part of the cause of action in trying to prove tortious interference with a contractual relationship, proof of some element of intentional harm has to exist because it is an intentional tort.
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.