Norman “Norm” S. Bledsoe
Norm assists clients with a variety of commercial transactions, including stock sales and asset sales. As part of this work, he regularly assists clients in forming and maintaining corporations and limited liability companies and advises business owners on “buy/sell” agreements with “tag-along” and “drag-along” rights in various types of business entities. Having formerly practiced securities law, he advises clients on the appropriate structures for their business ventures.
Norm’s family law litigation experience includes multi-state divorce and family support actions (Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act and Uniform Interstate Family Support Act cases), imputation of income, and analysis of complex income and asset issues (for example, determining whether deferred executive compensation plan payments may be divided in divorce).
Norm also assists clients with business litigation, such as contract disputes, challenges to/defense of covenants not to compete, and real property litigation, including partition, contribution, and boundary disputes.
Business & Corporate Law
Civil & Commercial Litigation
Real Property and Land Use
Labor & Employment
University of Florida, B.A. Classics, with honors, 1996, elected to ΦΒΚ
University of Florida, M.A., Classics, 1998
University of Florida, J.D., magna cum laude, 2005
Affiliations & Community Involvement
Gerald T. Bennett American Inn of Court: currently President, formerly Membership Chair
Born in Danville, Virginia, Norm was raised in Greensboro, North Carolina. He has lived in Florida for the past twenty years.