Brandon D. Bellew’s Trust and Estate Litigation Blog
Welcome to my Trust and Estate Litigation blog where I will discuss legal issues that frequently arise in my cases and provide updates and analyses of statutory and case law development in the areas of trust, estate and guardianship law.
I am a partner at Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel, & Burns, LLP, which is a full-service, regional firm with more than 70 lawyers in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater. I have focused my law practice exclusively in the areas of trust, estate and guardianship litigation and administration for my entire career. I frequently lecture to various groups and write articles on trust and estate litigation topics. I am currently serving as the President of the Clearwater Bar Association. I am very active in the Florida Bar’s Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Section where I serve on its Executive Council. I am active on its Trust Law, Probate Law and Procedure and Probate & Trust litigation committees and currently serve as a Vice Chair of the Guardianship, Power of Attorney and Advanced Directives Committee. I was recently appointed by Michelle R. Suskauer, President of The Florida Bar, to serve on the Florida Probate Rules committee beginning July 1. I have been recognized as a Rising Star in the practice area of Estate and Trust Litigation by Super Lawyers (2015-2018) and listed in The Best Lawyers in America for Litigation- Trusts and Estates (2018).
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Brandon D. Bellew, Esquire
911 Chestnut Street
Clearwater, FL 33756
Disclaimer: The purpose of this blog is to share information and opinions of the author about Florida law related to estates, trusts and guardianships. Reading this blog does not create an attorney-client relationship between the reader and the author and its contents are not legal advice. Although, the author will use best efforts to ensure that the case law and statutes referenced are up to date when a blog entry is posted, it is possible that the case law and statutes are or will become outdated, repealed or overruled over time. This blog discusses general situations and is not a substitute for legal advice that relates to your specific situation. This blog is not intended to be advertising.