In many cases, you can protect yourself from liability and save money in taxes by creating a business entity instead of conducting business as a sole proprietor. Starting a new business can be as simple as sending a check to the Secretary of State and filing a few pieces of paperwork. This approach may work fine for a single employee company, but what happens when your company grows, you decide to include partners in your business or your company faces a lawsuit? Aaron Bedy has years of business experience and has owned his own businesses. This expertise allows him to provide outstanding representation to business clients dealing with a range of issues.
Aaron Bedy, principal of Bedy Law, PLLC, is an estate planning and probate attorney in Safety Harbor, Florida. Mr. Bedy provides comprehensive estate planning services, including wills and trusts, as well as administration services, including probate proceedings. Mr. Bedy is an aggressive advocate who will work with you to provide a meaningful, effective estate plan that will honor your wishes and provide security for your loved ones.
Bedy Law assists interested individuals in Probate Litigation, whether that is Will Contest, Personal Representative breach of duty or malfeasance or other probate issue. When a dispute arises, Probate Litigation is complex with detailed intricacies that require the assistance of an attorney. Bedy Law provides legal counsel and guidance throughout this process to beneficiaries and other interested parties.
Real Estate Law
If you are looking to buy, sell, or lease real estate, Bedy Law provides legal counsel in all real estate transactions. We represent only your rights and interests in these transactions. We have no personal interest in the outcome, therefore we have the experience and training to negotiate price, review and modify the real estate contract to ensure you understand and your interests are protected. If a dispute or issues arise with your deal, Bedy Law will guide you through your legal obligation and possibly save you money and stress throughout the transaction.
Although the various branches of the United States Armed Forces have Judge Advocate Generals (JAGs), military personnel can benefit greatly from seeking counsel from dedicated attorneys who understand the specifics of both civilian and military law. Whether you are currently dealing with a civil or criminal matter, you should consider consulting with an attorney experienced in military law.
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