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Agnieszka "Aga" Piasecka, Esq.

Office: 727-538-4171

Cell: 813-786-3911

Clearwater Law Office: 13575 58th Street North #210 Clearwater, Florida 33760


Agnieszka "Aga" Piasecka is a successful attorney located in Clearwater, Florida and licensed to practice law in Florida and Poland. Aga Piasecka has 15 years of legal experience and speaks fluent English, Polish and Italian. She also communicates in Spanish and Russian. Aga Piasecka is a general practice attorney, therefore you can contact her with any legal problem such as divorce, immigration, green card, deportation defense, wills and trusts, probate, civil litigation, personal injury, accidents, social security benefits, traffic tickets etc. Aga Piasecka specializes in helping international clients and immigrants with their legal problems in the United States. Being an immigrant herself, Aga Piasecka understands her clients' struggles in this country. Aga Piasecka has two law degrees, a Juris Doctor Cum Laude from the US and a Masters Degree in Law  with Honors from Poland. Agnieszka can advise clients about law in Florida and in Poland.

Before becoming an attorney in Florida, Aga practiced law in Poland. Aga's goal is to be an excellent advocate and counselor for her clients and to aggressively fight for their rights. Although Aga is a sole practitioner, she  often co-counsels with partners in big nationally-recognized law firms and experts, therefore, no case is too big or too small! Having a boutique law practice, allows Aga to devote personal individual attention to each case from A-Z, including personally handling clients' phone calls and personally drafting and filing all legal documents. Aga's clients are not charged for excessive overhead of running a big fancy law office and paralegal fees.

For a free consultation please call 727-538-4171 or 813-786-3911.


Clearwater Law Office 13575 58th Street North #210 Clearwater, Florida 33760


Aga Piasecka's Clearwater Law Office is conveniently located at 13575 58th Street North #210, Clearwater, Florida 33760 near St. Petersburg - Clearwater International Airport, Tampa International Airport, and the cities of Largo, New Port Richey, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Sarasota and Bradenton.


Aga's areas of practice include but are not limited to:

  • Estate Planning / Wills / Trusts

Even if you are a person of modest means, you most likely have an estate and you have the right to decide what happens with your estate after you die. Do not leave this decision to others. Florida law offers several estate planning options. The most popular are Trusts, Wills and POD accounts.Having a Living Will and/or a Medical Power of Attorney is also vital. These documents allow you to make advance directives regarding medical treatments and/or appoint a person, who can make medical decisions on your behalf in case you are no longer able to express informed consent. Aga offers FLAT FEES and "package deals" on preparation of Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney, Living  Wills. You should consult an attorney to find out which option is best for you. First consultation is free so do not hesitate to call Aga at 727-538-4171 or 813-786-3911.

  • Real Estate Law / Foreclosure Defense / Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Have you been served with a Notice of Foreclosure? Are you considering buying or selling real property?  Do you want to transfer the title to your property to someone else? Do you have problems with your tenant or with your landlord? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, you should consult Aga immediately and take advantage of the free consultation. Aga has experience in Real Estate Law and can help you with all the real property law issues.  Aga offers FLAT FEES on preparation of deeds and contracts.

Prior to opening her own law firm, Aga worked for one of the biggest, nationally recognized law foreclosure law firms in Florida, representing major banks such as Wells Fargo, Bank of America and US Bank in foreclosure proceedings. Therefore, Aga has thorough knowledge and experience necessary to competently represent you. Aga knows the foreclosure process from both sides, Plaintiff's and Defendant's, and she can help you effectively defend yourself against banks. 

If you are buying. selling or transferring ownership of real property, you may be wondering which form of ownership is best for you or which form of deed should you use. Although, real estate transactions are mainly handled by realtors and title companies, they are not attorneys and cannot give you legal advice. Feel free to call Aga with any questions involving real estate transactions.

If you are involved in a Landlord -Tenant dispute, you may need to seek attorney's advice as to your legal rights and remedies. Aga offers FLAT RATES on representation in eviction proceedings from A-Z so do not hesitate to call Aga for a first free consultation.

  • Family Law / Divorce / Adoptions

If you are looking for an excellent divorce lawyer, who will fight for your rights by aggressively and effectively representing you in court, you have come to the right place. Aga has gone through a divorce herself, therefore she understands how difficult and stressful it can be. Especially, when children are involved and there is a custody and child support issue.

In divorce, there are many issues to consider. You may have the right to receive alimony from your spouse. If you have experienced domestic violence, you may be entitled to an injunction order against the abuser and exclusive possession of the marital house. If you have been served with divorce papers, it is important that you consult a lawyer as quickly as possible to avoid missing important deadlines and being defaulted. If you are not sure whether or not you should file for divorce, you should consult an experienced divorce lawyer such as Aga.  Aga can also help you with pre-nuptial / post-nuptial agreements ("prenup" and "postnup"), adoptions, child custody issues and name change. Do not hesitate and call Aga for a FREE initial consultation.

Also, if you are victim of violence or stalking, you can apply for injunction against other people, who do not have to necessarily be your family members. Aga has experience in helping her clients with obtaining injunction orders and offers FLAT FEES for injunction proceedings.

  • Immigration Law

As an immigrant herself, Aga experienced first-hand the difficulties and stress of the immigration process such as obtaining a visa, adjusting the status and applying for a green card, sponsoring family members for a green card and finally applying for citizenship. Immigration proceedings can be very complicated and tricky. After dealing with the US immigration herself and finally becoming a US citizen, Aga decided to practice immigration law to be able to help others to achieve their American dream.

Aga can help you with all immigration problems including, but not limited to: green card through marriage, green card through your own business, green card through employment, green card through asylum, waivers, removing conditions on your green card, citizenship and deportation defense. Business owners can apply for visa and green card for themselves and their families through their business. It is important to seek attorney's advice as early as possible, prior to sending the forms and going to the interview by yourself. Little mistakes may cost you denial of your application, loss of precious time and forfeiture of paid filing fees.

First consultation is FREE so do not hesitate to call Aga. If you are currently outside the US, it is not a problem, you can connect with Aga via Skype or phone.

  • Personal Injury Law / Auto Accidents

If you or your loved one have been injured in an accident or if you lost your loved one in an accident, you may be entitled to compensation. Personal Injury Law applies to all situations when someone has been physically or emotionally injured or killed by the wrongful act of another. Automobile, motorcycle and bicycle accident cases  and slip and fall cases are the most common examples personal injury claims but not the only ones. If you or your loved one have been wronged as a result of medical mistake or nursing home abuse or the injury was caused by a defective product, you may have the right to compensation.

Aga can aggressively represent you in all personal injury cases. You will not be charged anything unless she recovers.  Aga has years of experience in working for a big nationally-recognized personal injury law firm and can effectively help you recover your damages. The key factor in personal injury cases is time. If you have been injured, it is crucial that you contact your attorney immediately before speaking to anyone else, especially insurance agents. First consultation is FREE and many attorneys will finance your case from A-Z and will not charge you a dime, unless there is recovery.  Do not hesitate to call Aga immediately.

  • Insurance Claims and Civil Litigation

If your insured property was damaged or stolen, you may be entitled to compensation from your insurance. Perhaps you already filed a claim with your insurance company and it was denied. Aga can help you recover the highest possible amount on contingency basis, that is without collecting a fee from you unless she recovers. Aga has experience in civil litigation in Florida and in Poland. Aga can help you recover damages in civil court including strategizing, pre-trial preparation, settlement negotiations and trial. Any area of law can be subject to civil litigation. Aga is a general practice trial attorney and she can represent you in any legal matter as plaintiff or as defendant. Therefore, if you need a defense attorney or an attorney to represent you in a claim against someone, feel free to call Aga for a first FREE consultation.

  • Business Entities Formation

If you are considering opening your own business and you are not sure which business structure is best for you, you may need a lawyer's advice. Many factors such as liability issues, taxes and the amount of paperwork needed may influence your decision. There are different types of business entities you can choose from: a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a corporation or a limited liability company. Factors to consider, when deciding on which business entity is right for your include: legal liability, tax implications and cost of formation and ongoing administration. Aga offers FLAT FEES on business entities formation and a first FREE consultation.

  • Traffic Violations / Traffic Tickets

If you received a traffic ticket and decide to accept it and just pay it, there may be serious consequences to it. Many traffic violations are accompanied by points added to your driver's license. As a result of points accumulation, your insurance rate may jump up, you may be required to attend a driving school, re-take the driving test or even lose your driver's license. Traffic violations may also leave a trace on your criminal record. Police officers often err in issuing traffic tickets so if you think you the ticket was issued to you in error, you should consult a traffic defense attorney to help you successfully fight your ticket. Aga offers first FREE consultation and FLAT FEES on certain types of tickets.

  • DUI / DWI

DUI (Driving Under Influence of Alcoholic Beverages, Chemical Substances or Controlled Substances), commonly known as "drunk driving" is an offense proved by impairment of normal faculties or unlawful blood alcohol or breath alcohol level of .08 or above. The minimum fine for DUI is $500. You can also lose your driver's license, receive probation and go to jail. DUI is a serious offense and it is in your best interest to seek an aggressive and experienced  DUI defense attorney. Aga offers first FREE consultation so do not hesitate to call her.

  • Social Security Disability

If you are disabled, you may qualify for social security benefits such as Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD) and Social Security Income (SSI). There are also other types of benefits you may qualify for. Aga has experience in representing clients in obtaining benefits from Social Security and she does not charge you a dime unless she recovers your past-due benefits.

You may receive Social Security Disability benefits if you have worked long enough and have a medical condition that has prevented you from working or is expected to prevent your from working at least 1 year or end in death. The Suplemental Security Income pays benefits to disabled adults and children, who have limited income and resources and do not qualify for Social Security Disability. Social Security Income benefits are also paid to seniors over 65 and older, who are not disabled but meet the financial limits. Some people may qualify for Social Security disability or retirement benefits as well as Social Security Income benefits. Call Aga now for FREE consultation.


COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS - Q & As:

FAMILY LAW:

Q: What is alimony?  

A: Alimony or spousal support is defined as “an allotment of sums of money payable at regular intervals or in lump sum, as distinguished from a portion of a spouse’s estate, and it is an obligation imposed by law separate and distinct from the parties’ property rights.” Cullen v. Cullen, 413 So.2d 1196, 1198 (Fla. 1st DCA 1982). In other words, it is court-ordered money that one spouse has to pay to the other spouse for maintenance or support during the lawsuit or after the divorce.  

Q: What types of alimony are available in Florida?
 

A: Florida Statute 61.08 recognizes 5 different types of alimony (or any combination of these forms):

1)     Temporary alimony
2)     Bridge-the-gap alimony
3)     Rehabilitative alimony
4)     Durational alimony
5)     Permanent alimony  

Q: How does the court determine whether or not to award alimony?
 

A: Pursuant to Florida Statute 61.08(2)(a)-(j), income must be calculated for each party, which includes all sources of income. Income may also be imputed.  

Q: How is alimony paid?
  A: Pursuant to Florida Statute 61.08(1), “the court may order periodic payments or payments in lump sum or both.”  

Q: Which factors does the court consider in determining the alimony award and its amount?
 

A: First, the court must “make a specific factual determination as to whether either party has an actual need for alimony or maintenance and whether either party has the ability to pay alimony or maintenance. If the court finds that a party has a need for alimony or maintenance and that the other party has the ability to pay alimony or maintenance, then in determining the proper type and amount of alimony or maintenance under subsections (5)-(8), the court shall consider all relevant factors, including, but not limited to:

(a) The standard of living established during the marriage.

(b) The duration of the marriage.

(c) The age and the physical and emotional condition of each party.

(d) The financial resources of each party, including the nonmarital and the marital assets and liabilities distributed to each.

(e) The earning capacities, educational levels, vocational skills, and employability of the parties and, when applicable, the time necessary for either party to acquire sufficient education or training to enable such party to find appropriate employment.

(f) The contribution of each party to the marriage, including, but not limited to, services rendered in homemaking, child care, education, and career building of the other party.

(g) The responsibilities each party will have with regard to any minor children they have in common.

(h) The tax treatment and consequences to both parties of any alimony award, including the designation of all or a portion of the payment as a nontaxable, nondeductible payment.

(i) All sources of income available to either party, including income available to either party through investments of any asset held by that party.

(j) Any other factor necessary to do equity and justice between the parties.” Fla. Stat. 61.08(2).

Q: Does it matter if my spouse cheated on me?  

A: Yes. Although Florida is a non-fault state, in determination of alimony award courts “may consider the adultery of either spouse and the circumstances thereof in determining the amount of alimony, if any, to be awarded.” Fla. Stat. 61.08(1).  

Q: How can I ensure that I actually receive my alimony?
 

A: “To the extent necessary to protect an award of alimony, the court may order any party who is ordered to pay alimony to purchase or maintain a life insurance policy or a bond, or to otherwise secure such alimony award with any other assets which may be suitable for that purpose. Fla. Stat. 61.08(3).  

Q: Does the length of marriage matter in determination of alimony award?
 

A: “For purposes of determining alimony, there is a rebuttable presumption that a short-term marriage is a marriage having a duration of less than 7 years, a moderate-term marriage is a marriage having a duration of greater than 7 years but less than 17 years, and long-term marriage is a marriage having a duration of 17 years or greater. The length of a marriage is the period of time from the date of marriage until the date of filing of an action for dissolution of marriage.” Fla. Stat. 61.08(4).  

Q: What is a short-term marriage?
 

A: A short- term marriage is a marriage of 7 years or shorter. Fla. Stat. 61.08(4).  

Q: What is a moderate-term marriage?
 

A: A moderate- term marriage is a marriage greater then 7 years but shorter than 17 years. Fla. Stat. 61.08(4).  

Q: What is a long-term marriage?


A: A long - term marriage is a marriage of 17 years or longer. Fla. Stat. 61.08(4).  

Q: What is temporary alimony?
 

A: Temporary alimony is spousal support and/or suit money, which can be obtained during the divorce proceeding if a spouse can show well founded need for support and the other spouse has the ability to pay. See Vickers v. Vickers, 413 So.2d 788, 789 (Fla. 3d DCA 1982). “Throughout the pendency of a dissolution of marriage action, a party should not have consume a separate asset in order to support himself/herself in the same standard of living enjoyed during the marriage.” Byers v. Byers, 910 So.2d 336 (Fla. 4th DCA 2005).  

Q: What is bridge-the-gap alimony?


A: “Bridge-the-gap alimony may be awarded to assist a party by providing support to allow the party to make a transition from being married to being single. Bridge-the-gap alimony is designed to assist a party with legitimate identifiable short-term needs, and the length of an award may not exceed 2 years. An award of bridge-the-gap alimony terminates upon the death of either party or upon the remarriage of the party receiving alimony. An award of bridge-the-gap alimony shall not be modifiable in amount or duration.” Fla. Stat. 61.08(5).  

Q: What is rehabilitative alimony?


A: “Rehabilitative alimony may be awarded to assist a party in establishing the capacity for self-support through either:

1. The redevelopment of previous skills or credentials; or

2. The acquisition of education, training, or work experience necessary to develop appropriate employment skills or credentials.” Fla. Stat. 61.08(6).  

Q: What is durational alimony?  

A: “Durational alimony may be awarded when permanent periodic alimony is inappropriate. The purpose of durational alimony is to provide a party with economic assistance for a set period of time following a marriage of short or moderate duration or following a marriage of long duration if there is no ongoing need for support on a permanent basis. An award of durational alimony terminates upon the death of either party or upon the remarriage of the party receiving alimony. The amount of an award of durational alimony may be modified or terminated based upon a substantial change in circumstances in accordance with s. 61.14. However, the length of an award of durational alimony may not be modified except under exceptional circumstances and may not exceed the length of the marriage.” Fla. Stat. 61.08(7).  

Q: What is durational alimony?
 

A: “Permanent alimony may be awarded to provide for the needs and necessities of life as they were established during the marriage of the parties for a party who lacks the financial ability to meet his or her needs and necessities of life following a dissolution of marriage. Permanent alimony may be awarded following a marriage of long duration if such an award is appropriate upon consideration of the factors set forth in subsection (2), following a marriage of moderate duration if such an award is appropriate based upon clear and convincing evidence after consideration of the factors set forth in subsection (2), or following a marriage of short duration if there are written findings of exceptional circumstances. In awarding permanent alimony, the court shall include a finding that no other form of alimony is fair and reasonable under the circumstances of the parties. An award of permanent alimony terminates upon the death of either party or upon the remarriage of the party receiving alimony. An award may be modified or terminated based upon a substantial change in circumstances or upon the existence of a supportive relationship in accordance with s.61.14.” Fla. Stat. 61.08(8).  

Q: Can the court order alimony to be paid through depository?
 

A:  “If there is no minor child, alimony payments need not be directed through the depository. If there is a minor child of the parties and both parties so request, the court may order that alimony payments need not be directed through the depository.” Fla. Stat. 61.08(10)(c)-(d).  





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