Is your home not actually foreclosed on? Is it that your BK has just been discharged (along with your mortgage), and if you actually contact the county assessor/recorder/treasurer they will say you are still the legal owner of the home?
To my knowledge a discharged bankruptcy with a mortgage included in it does not automatically revert the ownership & responsibility of that property bank to the bank who had a mortgage on it that was discharged. The bank needs to take it back, or sell it to someone else, and then the home is no longer legally yours. This is why after a bankruptcy with a discharged mortgage some people can stay in their home for years without getting evicted (particularly if they keep on making the payments on a discharged mortgage). It's not surprising that the bank wouldn't take a home back in Florida, as a friend of mine had a home in Port St Lucie filed BK, included her mortgage, and just over a year later the bank finally took the home back - during that time she received property tax bills and paid for liability insurance in case someone injured themselves on the property. She let the lender impose forced place insurance for the dwelling coverage because she was never going to pay it. Was that the correct way to handle things? I am not sure, but the lender never came after her for the remaining forced place insurance amount and she never had to pay for a lawsuit against her for someone else getting hurt on the property.
I'd consult a Florida real estate attorney, or have your BK attorney refer you to one, and I feel that for the few hundred dollars a consultation might cost it'd be worthwhile advice to get from someone who knows the law.