In FL, if the home is your primary residence it cannot be attached by any lien and cannot be foreclosed under the FL homestead law,
In terms of protection of assets, consider taking items out of your name or creating an LLC and put your assets and property into that name, so creditors cannot go after them, as they are not in your personal name
Under the Florida exemption system, homeowners may exempt an unlimited amount of value in their home or other property covered by the homestead exemption. However, the property cannot be larger than half an acre in a municipality or 160 acres elsewhere.
So a chapter 7 bankruptcy could help as well by discharging all debts you have,
So no one can lien our property for debt we own in Florida if we do not file bankruptcy?
And if we are an LLC for our business no one can take our business as well?
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