Florida Fraudulent Transfers

Florida has a statutory provision, formally referred to as the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act. (726.101) Florida Statute 726.105 governs when transfers are considered fraudulent as to present and future creditors. These ELEMENTS must be present for a transfer to be considered fraudulent: TRANSFER made or OBLIGATION incurred by a DEBTOR CREDITORS claim can arise BEFORE or AFTER the obligation was incurred DEBTOR made TRANSFER with: ACTUAL INTENT to hinder, delay, or defraud any creditor of the debtor OR (CONSTRUCTIVE INTENT) DEBTOR did not receive REASONABLY Read More +

Tampa Bankruptcy Attorney Explains Tampa And Hillsborough County Coronavirus Executive Orders

I am an attorney who primarily practices bankruptcy. The legality of Executive Orders issued by various governmental entities or officials is not a subject to which I devote much effort. Ask a question about bankruptcy and I am likely to know the answer. There are attorneys and persons who are not attorneys who are better versed on the legality of such executive orders. This article will not address the legality or enforceability of the executive order administered in Hillsborough County and Tampa. On July 7, Read More +

Clearwater, St. Petersburg, & Pinellas County Florida Fun Facts

(From THE “Fun Fact Factotum” ) Clearwater… St.  Petersburg… and Pinellas County… All are situated in the State of Florida. All are sited along or immediately near the Central West Florida coastline along a 55-mile long stretch of the Gulf of Mexico. The longitudes and latitudes of the three geographical locations vary slightly. Those are: Location Latitude Longitude Elevation Clearwater 27.796745 -82.796745 30 feet St. Petersburg 27.773056 -82.639999 43 feet Pinellas County 27.8764 82.7779 (not given) Clearwater, St. Pete and Pinellas County – being so Read More +

Rookie Bankruptcy Paralegal Anthony Rodriguez

Episode 1: The Journey My name is Anthony Rodriguez. At age 33 I found myself barely making it in the San Fernando Valley located in the county of Los Angeles, California. Even making a decent income every year, I was still living paycheck to paycheck and struggling to make ends meet. Single, no kids and still struggling! I have nothing but love for California but I do not miss the struggle. In my opinion, there is no longer a middle class in Los Angeles. You Read More +