Gayle Guyardo Biography
Gayle Guyardo is an American reporter, journalist, and news anchor. She is famous for being the Tampa Today and midday anchor for WFLA Channel 8 News, having worked on the network for over 25 years. Additionally, she was born in and raised in Tampa, Florida.
Her father was a dairy farmer & helped build the dairy farm along with her grandfather and uncle from the ground up. However, her mom was an etiquette teacher.
Gayle Guyardo Education
She studied at the HB Plantation High School in Tampa. Thus showing a natural desire and talent for writing and presenting from an early age. Despite suffering from extreme shyness, she was also a bit of a tomboy in her childhood.
Gayle Guyardo Career
Gayle began her career in journalism as a news anchor for a small channel in Sarasota, Florida. Afterward, WFLA News Channel 8 soon noticed her in 1993 and offered her a job.
In her career spanning over 25 years with WFLA and sister station WLL Gayle has held several positions. From journalist to Co-Anchor on features such as the ‘Early Morning Show’, ‘Midday Show’, and ‘Tampa Today’.
She used to wake up at 2:30 AM almost every weekday morning. Briefly leaving WFLA in 2010 to explore ‘other projects’. Gayle was very soon tempted back into the news studio and now enjoys her status as a much-loved Tampa celebrity. Besides, she is always available to be involved in local charity projects.
Gayle has a personal website. A keen blogger in her spare time. In addition, Gayle has shared her personal activities, posted 100s of recipes, and also numerous family photos and videos.
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Guyardo, is suing over her father’s estate. Saying an error with a trust interfered with her inheritance of his Davis Islands home.
The lawsuit accuses attorney Randell Miller and his successors of failing to obtain a waiver from Guyardo’s late mother that would have allowed the home on Riviera Drive to be inherited by Guyardo, 52, and her daughters.
“The house has been in the family for 50 years. Though, the wishes of her father were not executed properly,” said Michael McLaughlin, Guyardo’s attorney.
Her father, Joseph Guagliardo, wanted to pass the longtime marital home to Guyardo and his grandchildren, according to the lawsuit. In order to do that, Miller helped him create a means to transfer his wealth in 2000, according to the lawsuit. At the time, Miller, now 67 and retired, was an attorney with Hines Norman Hines, an estate-planning law firm based in Tampa.
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Miller and lawyers at the firm advised Guagliardo to write a will and put the home into a revocable trust agreement, according to the complaint. Upon his death, Guyardo and her two oldest daughters would get the home and her mother, Joann, would live there until she died.
But when her father died at age 85 in 2016, Guyardo learned that the deed transferring her late father’s estate did not have the necessary signature. The property could not pass into the trust.
Because Joseph Guagliardo had died, and the deed was incomplete, it was worthless, according to McLaughlin. Joann Guagliardo Gayle`s mother died a year later. The family had to waive any homestead interest in the property, which would have allowed Gayle and her daughters to inherit the home after her mother’s death. Instead, the home was passed on to Guyardo and her brother Paul.
As a result, Guyardo’s daughters — Kathryn Boushall, 20, and Lindsay Boushall, 19 lost their stake in the home, the suit says. Zillow currently values the home at $3.8 million.
Gayle Guyardo Networth
Gayle`s estimated net worth is $3 million.
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