Sorry, but for specific reasons BK is not an option for her. From my prior exchange (please read it) I was told that if we divorce before BK (let's say a year before, because divorce is at the table now and BK I know will not happen until probably 1 year or more) and I QCD property back to her, her property will be safe from creditors if such arrangement is part of the divorce agreement.
1-Please confirm this opinion
2- In light of this clarification, will I be able to achieve same results if I keep a small % of interest in the property? (the reason of me keeping the interest is not economical but parental. Since my son lives there, I want to be able to have a say if she sells property in the future)
Thank you, but I just googled that Florida is not a community property. Does anything change in your commentary?
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