John McConnin 
Adding Value Real Estate 
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Affiliate Disclaimer

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Legal Disclaimer

There are almost always exceptions to every rule and every law.  Lawyers can even argue about statutes of limitations which are codified in writing by the legislature each year.  

When it comes to the law.  If you are looking for legal advice for a specific pattern of facts you should speak with a lawyer / attorney in a one on one consultation. 
Nothing on this site can be construed as legal advice for your specific fact pattern.  
Every legal idea here is for general education only.  

Additionally at the time of this writing I am only licenced as an Attorney and as a Real Estate Broker in California.  
So my advice is not designed to address real estate law in other states. As far as Realtor work... I may refer clients to Realtors in other states and receive a commission referral  but I can not advise you about specific real estate properties or the contractual provisions in another state's contracts.  

For instance, I think I could properly explain to your Florida can be a great state for protecting some of your assets.  For instance, if you were to purchase a home in Florida and live it it as your main residence you could protect the money you put into the home from creditors.  However, even though I know how Florida's homestead laws work... I would refer you to a local Florida attorney to explain to you the risks and to make sure you properly avail yourself of Florida's homestead protections.  

So enjoy the site... but understand its for education purposes only.  At least until you set up a strategy session or consult with me. 

Thank you, 

John McConnin 
California Real Estate Attorney and Broker 
11440 West Bernardo Ct, Suite 300 
San Diego CA, 92127
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Adding Value to Your Real Estate

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