What Property Can I Keep?

Every state has exemption limits. Exemption limits let you know how much of your property, by category, you can keep through your bankruptcy. Most clients do not lose any property or money in their bankruptcy. For a listing of exemptions, see the Exemptions section of this web page. If you have property that is not exempt, thus capable of being seized, then you can always file a Chapter 13 instead of a Chapter 7 and work the properties equity through the plan and thus retain it, or pay the amount of nonexempt equity back into a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy estate (buy the property back out of the estate) and thus retain it.


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