Thank you for the information and your question. If your question was "should" both spouses be on the deed, then the answer is definitely. However, technically under the law, both spouses names don't have to be on the deed. That said, this is a very complex area of the law because of the Florida constitutional provisions which essentially prohibit a spouse from conveying homestead property without joinder (signed consent) from the other spouse. This is so whether the other spouse in on the deed or not. So, for example, if your wife were to try to sell the property, the title company and lender would require that you sign the contract and all legal documents, including the deed, even though your name is ***** ***** it. If they didn't require that, then you could stop the sale.
You can read a good short discussion of the issue at the following link: http://sarasotarealestateattorney.com/homestead-property-spousal-joinder/
But definitely yes, it is the absolute cleanest and easiest way to ensure there are no future mistakes with a sale or an estate, to ensure that both spouses' names are ***** ***** deed.
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