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Homestead and “Wildcard” Exemptions in Bankruptcy

Part III

In the last two weeks we discussed some basic bankruptcy concepts as well as Florida’s Homestead and Personal Property exemptions. With any luck, this week’s discussion will hopefully tie the last two blogs together and shed some light on the proverbial “big picture.” That being said, I urge you to review my previous two blogs beforehand. Also, if time permits, my “Homestead” blogs will help clarify this as well.   Read the rest of this entry

Rental Agreements: Lease’s to protect the Landlord (Part 1 of 3)

Whether or not to rent your home is an important decision that should be made only after careful thought, deliberation, and planning. This decision could lead to be a very profitable one, or one that could potentially cost you tens of thousands of dollars. A thorough rental agreement can make all the difference in the world.  This week I will begin discussing rental/lease agreements, and certain clauses that every homeowner should include in such an agreement. While reading this and upcoming blogs, keep in mind that what I am discussing is for the benefit and protection of the landlord, not necessarily the tenant. Read the rest of this entry