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Florida Homestead and Protection from Creditors

Florida Homestead is a far reaching protective shield enshrined in the Florida Constitution and implemented in various state laws.  It's also given preferred status by Florida courts.  When do you need a Florida litigator to stop a creditor levy? When do you need to bring a court action to challenge penalties sought by a county tax collector? When do you need a probate action to a carve a homestead property out of a will?  When can you challenge a conveyance (deed or mortgage) given by a spouse?  When can you contest a devise in a will where the decedent left a spouse and/or minor children?

For answers to these and other questions, watch this video.

Also, see my February 20, 2017 blog discussing the three key aspects of Florida homestead.

For information on same sex marriage and homestead, note this post.

For more information on this and other types of real estate litigation, visit our website.

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