Firm Overview

Bedy Law, PLLC serves the Pinellas, Hillsborough and Pasco County areas for all legal matters, and we offer probate and estate planning solutions statewide. Founded in 2015, our focus is providing tailored and thoughtful counsel to our clients. We also offer free, no hassle consultations so if you have a legal question, call us today at 727-308-0529.

Estate Planning and Probate

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 wills, trusts, probate and more. If you need help with estate administration or would like an attorney to handle the probate process from end to end, Bedy Law can help.

Business Law

When it comes to creating a business, there is a lot to think about. Tax issues, protection of personal assets, ease of management and business planning are just a few. Attorney Aaron Bedy has experience setting up business entities and has owned his own business for several years. He can help guide you in your selection of a business entity that will fit your business plan and help draft all the paperwork to help you turn your business dream into a reality.

Real Estate Law

Attorney Aaron Bedy is a licensed Florida real estate sales associate and is well-versed in Florida real estate law and real property transactions.

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Phone: 727-308-0529

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