In Florida, Shared (Joint) Ownership Can Be a Big Problem If a Creditor Stakes a Claim Against the Property in Joint Tenancy with Right of Survivorship

| December 17, 2013

Last Update: 10/28/17 In Florida, two people can own a piece of real estate (like a single family residence or a vacation condo) together even if they aren’t husband and wife, or related in any way. The most common form of ownership, where more than one person owns an interest in Florida real estate, is […]

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