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Florida Land Trusts Protect Owner's Privacy

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Do you want to retain control over your property while maintaining anonymity? Are you familiar with Florida Land Trusts? They allow you to maintain the power of direction over a property, including where proceeds are paid and who the property is transferred to, while appearing in no public records?

 

The Florida Land Trust is set out in Florida Statutes and is similar to the Illinois Land Trust which have been around over 100 years.

Florida Land Trusts are relatively easy to set up, yet are enormously powerfully in hiding who the owners are and even when transfers take place.

Contact our office to see if a Florida Land Trust is right for your situation.

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