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(c) This subsection shall take effect only when the federal government provides tax-exempt or tax-deferred status to a hurricane savings account, disaster savings account, or other similar account created to cover an insurance deductible or other uninsured portion of the risks of loss from a hurricane, rising flood waters, or other catastrophic windstorm event.

§ 222.25. Other individual property exempt from legal process

The following property is exempt from attachment, garnishment, or other legal process:

(1) A debtor's interest, not to exceed $ 1,000 in value, in a single motor vehicle as defined in s. 320.01.

(2) A debtor's interest in any professionally prescribed health aids for the debtor or a dependent of the debtor.

(3) A debtor's interest in a refund or a credit received or to be received, or the traceable deposits in a financial institution of a debtor's interest in a refund or credit, pursuant to s. 32 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended. This exemption does not apply to a debt owed for child support or spousal support.

§ 440.22. Assignment and exemption from claims of creditors

No assignment, release, or commutation of compensation or benefits due or payable under this chapter except as provided by this chapter shall be valid, and such compensation and benefits shall be exempt from all claims of creditors, and from levy, execution and attachments or other remedy for recovery or collection of a debt, which exemption may not be waived. However, the exemption of workers' compensation claims from creditors does not extend to claims based on an award of child support or alimony.

§ 443.051. Benefits not alienable; exception, child support intercept

(1) DEFINITIONS. --As used in this section:

(a) "Unemployment compensation" means any compensation payable under state law, including amounts payable pursuant to an agreement under any federal law providing for compensation, assistance, or allowances for unemployment.

(b) "Support obligations" includes only those obligations that are being enforced under a plan described in s. 454 of the Social Security Act which has been approved by the Secretary of Health and Human Services under Part D of Title IV of the Social Security Act.

(2) BENEFITS NOT ALIENABLE. --Except as provided in subsection (3), benefits due under this chapter may not be assigned, pledged, encumbered, released, or commuted and, except as otherwise provided in this chapter, are exempt from all claims of creditors and from levy, execution, or attachment, or other remedy for recovery or collection of a debt, which exemption may not be waived.


(a) Each individual filing a new claim for unemployment compensation must disclose at the time of filing the claim whether she or he owes support obligations that are being enforced by the Department of Revenue. If an applicant discloses that she or he owes support obligations and she or he is determined to be eligible for unemployment compensation benefits, the Agency for Workforce Innovation shall notify the Department of Revenue if the department is enforcing the support obligation. The Department of Revenue shall, at least biweekly, provide the Agency for Workforce Innovation with a magnetic tape or other electronic data file disclosing the individuals who owe support obligations and the amount of any legally required deductions.

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Bankruptcy Attorney Tampa Bay Florida
Florida Law Firm with Offices in
Clearwater (Main Office) Tampa St. Petersburg Port Richey
Phone:  1-727-254-1704

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