Homestead Exemption 704.730

704.730. (a) The amount of the homestead exemption is one of the
following:
(1) Fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) unless the judgment debtor or
spouse of the judgment debtor who resides in the homestead is a
person described in paragraph (2) or (3).
(2) Seventy-five thousand dollars ($75,000) if the judgment debtor
or spouse of the judgment debtor who resides in the homestead is at
the time of the attempted sale of the homestead a member of a family
unit, and there is at least one member of the family unit who owns no
interest in the homestead or whose only interest in the homestead is
a community property interest with the judgment debtor.
(3) One hundred fifty thousand dollars $150,000.00 if the judgment
debtor or spouse of the judgment debtor who resides in the homestead
is at the time of the attempted sale of the homestead any one of the
following:
(A) A person 65 years of age or older.
(B) A person physically or mentally disabled and as a result of
that disability is unable to engage in substantial gainful
employment. There is a rebuttable presumption affecting the burden
of proof that a person receiving disability insurance benefit
payments under Title II or supplemental security income payments
under Title XVI of the federal Social Security Act satisfies the
requirements of this paragraph as to his or her inability to engage
in substantial gainful employment.