The Availability of Florida's Wildcard Personal Property Exemption to Debtors Owning Homestead Property and Not Claiming a Homestead Exemption in Bankruptcy

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Recently, a Florida Bankruptcy Court discussed whether a debtor in bankruptcy who owns a home worth less than the balance on his mortgage may claim the wildcard personal property exemption found in Fla. Stat. § 222.25 and still keep his homestead in his bankruptcy case. In re Iuliano, 2010 WL 5452726 (Bkrtcy. M.D. Fla. Dec 28, 2010).

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Published In: Bankruptcy Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning Updates

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