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Will I lose my exemptions if I place my home into a trust?

Author johnbsims3
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#1 - Posted: 21 Oct 2011 09:10 
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION - Will I lose my exemptions if I place my home into a trust?

So long as you retain sufficient control over the trust (i.e., including the right to live on the property) OR are the named beneficiary of the trust with the right to live upon the property for life (or for at least 98 years), it should not cause any problems for maintaining your Homestead and other exemptions.

Once you place the property into a trust, contact our office to ensure your exemptions and Save Our Homes value remain intact. Ask your attorney for advice, as creating a proper trust can be complicated.

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