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Florida Moratorium on Foreclosures and Evictions

 Florida Moratorium on Foreclosures and Evictions

COVID-19 Economic Fallout

On April 3, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Florida Governor Ron Desantis signed Executive Order 20-94 which halted all Foreclosure Actions and Residential Tenant Eviction Actions for Non-Payment of Rent for 45 days.

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Demystifying Bankruptcy—Part 3

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Demystifying Bankruptcy—Part 3

This blog entries will dispel common myths and educate you on the general process of bankruptcy in Florida.

QUESTION: Will I Lose My Car if I file Bankruptcy?

For many people, their car is their prized possession.  The decision to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy (liquidation) or Chapter 13 reorganization often is determined by your vehicle(s).

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Demystifying Bankruptcy-Part 2

Demystifying Bankruptcy-Part 2

Many clients and prospective clients contact us and ask common questions based on advice from their relatives or a “friend of a friend.” These blog entries will dispel common myths and educate you on the general process of bankruptcy in Florida.

QUESTION: Will I lose my personal property if I file Bankruptcy?

One of the benefits of consumer bankruptcy is that it allows extraordinary relief that cannot be accomplished outside of bankruptcy.

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Demystifying the Bankruptcy Process-Part 1

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Demystifying the Bankruptcy Process-Part 1

Many clients and prospective clients contact us and ask common questions based on advice from their relatives or a “friend of a friend.”  These blog entries will dispel common myths and educate you on the general process of bankruptcy in Florida.

QUESTION: Will I lose my Home if I file Bankruptcy in Florida?

There are two types of consumer bankruptcy: Chapter 7 (Liquidation) and Chapter 13 (Reorganization for Wage Earners).  One of the benefits of consumer bankruptcy is that it allows extraordinary relief that cannot be accomplished outside of bankruptcy.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

First, Florida allows an unlimited exemption for your homestead property which allows you to protect from creditor (and Bankruptcy Trustee) claims.

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