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Wills and Trusts Clearwater Attorney Lawyer Agnieszka Aga Piasecka

Last Will and Testament 

Attorney Agnieszka “Aga” Piasecka graduated from Law School in Poland and the United States and speaks fluent Polish, English and Italian. Aga Piasecka, Esq. obtained her Juris Doctorate Cum Laude from Stetson University College of Law in Florida and her Masters Degree in Law with Honors from Jagiellonian University in Poland. She also studied International Law in Holland and worked in Italy where she learned to speak Italian fluently. Attorney Aga Piasecka is a licensed attorney / lawyer in Florida and in Poland with more than 15 years of legal experience and two Law Degrees. She is fluent in Polish, English and Italian and can assist you with all of your legal needs in Florida and Poland.

Attorney Aga Piasecka's Law Office is conveniently located at: 13575 58th Street North, Clearwater, Florida 33760 near the St. Petersburg - Clearwater International Airport, Tampa International Airport and the cities of Clearwater Beach, Tampa, Saint Petersburg, St Pete Beach, New Port Richey, Port Richey, Sarasota and Bradenton, Florida.  

For a FREE consultation in English, Polish or Italian please call: 727-538-3911 or 813-786-3911

A “last will”, also called “testament” is a written legal instrument, in which a person disposes of his or her property after death. Under Florida law, in order to be valid, a will must fulfill certain legal requirements. Wills must be validate by probate court in probate proceedings. After one’s death, a will must be admitted to probate court and go through probate proceedings. The custodian of the deceased’s original will, must file the will with the Clerk of the Court in the county where the decedent was domiciled, within 10 days after learning the person is deceased.

A will typically appoints a person to administer the deceased’s estate, so-called personal representative. If no personal representative has been named, it may be necessary for an attorney to file a petition with a court on behalf of the heirs, beneficiaries and other interested parties to a appoint a personal representative. Florida rules of law govern, who can become a personal representative and how will she or he be compensated.

wills & Trusts attorney / Lawyer Clearwater

Aga Piasecka, Esq. 727.538.4171