How Will Your Business Handle Employee Disputes?
Bloodworth Law handles employee disputes cases for employers in manufacturing, aerospace, engineering, medical, technology in Florida.
What is Employment Litigation?
What is Employment Litigation? Employment litigation involves legal disputes between employers and employees like discrimination, wages, time
What is Arbitration?
In arbitration, a neutral arbitrator has the power to decide how a legal dispute is resolved
What is a Florida Summons and Complaint?
What is a Florida summons and complaint? A summons is written notice of a lawsuit served to a defendant with the details of the legal complaint made.
Leaving Assets to People With Addictive Behaviors
It is possible to leave assets to people with addictive behaviors. Legal provisions can be made in a will with a trust, or a trust for beneficiaries with addictive issues known as restricted behaviors.
Things You Should NOT Do While Handling An Estate
Bloodworth Law Florida offers a list of what you should NOT do when someone dies as you gather documents or handle an estate.
What SHOULD You Do When Somebody Dies?
What should you do when somebody dies? Do you know what legal documents should be gathered and whether there is a will or trust?
Will Everyone At Some Point Need a Probate Attorney?
Will everyone at some point need a probate attorney? Yes, and no. The answer varies based on asset ownership, having a will, or a trust.
What is Negligent Misrepresentation?
What is negligent misrepresentation? 2022 U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyer in Commercial Litigation attorney L. Reed Bloodworth answers
What is Fraudulent Misrepresentation?
An example of fraudulent misrepresentation is when one party negotiates with another party to enter into a contract but says things that are not true in an effort to enter into a contract
What’s the Worst That Can Happen in a Trust?
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.
Will Your Legal Dispute Become a Lawsuit?
Will your legal dispute become a lawsuit? Florida attorney Reed Bloodworth explains that all legal cases do not become lawsuits.