L. Reed Bloodworth, Bloodworth Law, PLLC., is an Orlando, Florida, attorney who practices business litigation, trust litigation and probate litigation. Since 2004 Reed has handled hundreds of cases and helped businesses, families and individuals in Florida pursue legal actions, negotiations, mediations, settlements, or when necessary, lawsuits. Reed has been selected by legal peers as one the Florida Legal Elite™, an award granted by Florida Trend to fewer than 2% of Florida attorneys. He is an Avvo-Rated Superb, and a Martindale-Hubbell AV Peer-Rated Pre-Eminent attorney.
Reed understands that lawsuits and legal actions are complex and that clients have many questions. Every answer that Reed provides is clear and according to the law.
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- University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law
- J.D. (2003)
- The Florida Bar # 718491
- Bloodworth Law PLLC
- Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth
- L. Reed Bloodworth
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What Makes a Verbal Contract Legitimate? Florida Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, founding partner Bloodworth Law, PLLC, discusses a question that comes up occasionally in regards to breach of contract issues.What Are the Most Common Trust Lawsuits
(Orlando, Florida) Attorney Reed Bloodworth talks about when you should pursue Trust Litigation in Florida. Trust Litigation is a legal action started by someone who was, or should have been, a beneficiary in a trust, that questions the trust for any one of these reasons: A trust is a legal creation that tells people what you want done with items you place into that trust, which is a legal creation, after you pass away. The benefit to a trust is that often a trust does not have to be submitted to the court for probate, which may save time and money.What is Trust Litigation?
Orlando, Florida) The question that attorney Reed Bloodworth answers in this video is what is Trust Litigation? A trust is a financial situation created to hold property and assets for another party or parties who are called beneficiaries who are the actual property and asset owners. A trustee is a corporate or individual manager of a trust. Trusts are created for various reasons to provide a range of benefits. Multiple trusts can be created and people can appoint themselves to manage the trust. Each trust has rules that must be followed.