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How To Protect Your Homestead Property From Creditors When You Sell It

Under Article 10, Section 4 of the Florida Constitution, state residents enjoy a robust homestead exemption that shields their primary residence from being forcibly sold to satisfy a money judgment.

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Florida courts have interpreted this provision as also applying to the proceeds of a sale of a homestead property—albeit with some important caveats. Get the facts on how you can protect your Homestead Property from creditors when you sell, and how our qualified attorneys can help.

How Jurado & Farshchian, P.L. Can Help
Do not let the potential legal ramifications dissuade you from your real estate goals: if you want to sell your homestead property without incurring legal or financial liabilities from judgment creditors, turn to Jurado & Farshchian real estate attorneys. We have helped numerous clients sell their homestead smoothly and risk-free. To learn more, contact (305) 921-0440 or email me directly at [email protected] or visit www.JFLawFirm.com to get started.

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