Because married women could own property in their individual name, the original reason for the development of tenancy by the entireties
, that the wife lacked capacity to hold title, no longer existed.
20) Part III considers the threshold issues of how and when a debtor receives the benefit of homestead to decide whether married debtors exempting a residence under the law of tenancy by the entireties
may also claim the $4,000 wildcard exemption.
Estate taxes were not apportioned to property passing to a surviving spouse under tenancy by the entireties
Begin with the checking and savings accounts (although a joint bank account and, in some states, real estate owned jointly or by tenancy by the entireties
are two major items that pass outside a will); certificates of deposit; stocks and bonds; money market and mutual funds; the face value of group and personal life-insurance policies; IRA and Keogh plans; interests in thrift accounts at work.
A Florida Bar Journal article, "Are Florida Laws on Tenancy by the Entireties
in Personalty as Clear as We Think?
925 M Savings Compared to Tenancy by the Entireties
075(5)(a)(5) presumed a gift was established when a tenancy by the entireties
was created as regards to real property, the statute created no such presumption in so far as personal property was concerned.
In an unusual ruling, the district court allowed the IRS to seize an interest in one half of the proceeds from the sale of tenancy by the entireties
This would result in a large additional amount of tenancy by the entireties
problems that the proposed statute could not remedy.
Florida courts have long recognized that marital bank accounts may be held in a tenancy by the entireties
sections] 2518 regarding disclaimers of tenancy by the entireties
Starling, The Tenancy by the Entireties
in Florida, 14 U.