Bedy Law focuses on estate planning & asset protection, probate matters, real estate and Medicaid planning. Attorney Aaron Bedy is committed to acting in the best interests of his clients and producing results that make a difference.
Whether you have a small or large estate, it is essential to have a will or trust to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes in the event of your death. Attorney Aaron Bedy has experience in living wills, special needs trusts, probate, administration and more. If you need help with estate administration or would like an attorney to handle the probate process from end to end, Aaron can help.
PROBATE & TRUST ADMINISTRATION
Aaron Bedy is available to assist when probate is required after the loss of a family member, providing legal counsel and guidance throughout the probate process, including real estate/estate sales, creditor negotiations and contested estates. He also assist Trustees in the management and administration of trusts.
Aaron handles probate litigation in will contests, personal representative/fiduciary breach of duty or malfeasance cases, undue influence and other estate-related cases.
REAL ESTATE LAW
Aaron provides legal counsel in all real estate transactions. He is experienced in real estate contract negotiations, title issues, eviction actions and many other areas of real estate law.
Aaron can help you manage important legal planning for yourself or loved ones if you, or they, are approaching an age where there may be need of assisted living, nursing homes, in-home medical assistance, or other forms of long term care.
Bedy Law specializes in real estate contract review/negotiations/enforcement, residential real estate evictions, partition actions, and other legal issues in real estate.
A REAL LAWYER… REAL REVIEWS
“I have recently used the services of Aaron Bedy setting up an existing business to an LLC, creating another business as a new LLC, writing up contracts for artist representation, and a non-compete disclosure contract for contracting out work to outside artists. It is my business to make art, not to create documents and contracts, this is Mr. Bedy’s expertise. His attention to details, my specific needs, and taking the time to understand me personally, as well as my businesses was very welcomed. Sure, there are “pre made” contracts anyone can download for a small fee, but isn’t your efforts, time, money, and future worth the personal attention that Aaron Bedy can provide? I’m glad I did, and he walked me through every step, and never made me feel like I asked a stupid question. I will always consult and hire Mr. Bedy for all my legal needs, personal and business related.”
“Great attorney! I would recommend Aaron to anyone looking for will or estate planning needs!”
“Mr. Bedy was recommended to me by a friend after I shared frustration about attorneys I’d consulted with who were reluctant to help with a probate case that had some unusual aspects and crossed state lines. During our first conversation, Mr. Bedy frankly explained some of the challenges we might run into, but he was willing to do the research needed in order figure out how to resolve the situation the way the deceased had intended. Throughout the process, he clearly explained every required procedure as well as options for every decision I needed to make. He was proactive in keeping me informed on the progress of the case; phone calls, emails, and shared electronic resources made the distance between his office and where I live a non-issue. I would absolutely hire him again, and I’d strongly recommend him needing efficient and trustworthy legal guidance.!”
“Worked to give me the best results. Worked very hard to research my problem. Gave me his best and honest opinion. He searched for a specific problem. Worked hard and the consultation was free. Can’t ask for a better person.”
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