The question of which exemptions apply is complicated when a person has recently moved from a different state. The determination of which state's exemptions apply is based on the place of the person's domicile during the 730 days prior to filing and sometime also to the 180 days prior to such 730 days.
If you were domiciled in
Florida for the entire 730 days before the date of the bankruptcy filing,
you are allowed to use the Florida
exemptions. If you were not domiciled in the Florida for the entire 730 day
period, you must use the exemptions
allowed for the state in which were domiciled for the 180 day period (or greatest
part of the 180 day period) prior to the 730 day period.