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Bankruptcy Exemptions

Bankruptcy Exemptions: Why You Need Them

Like an iron gate protecting an entrance, bankruptcy exemptions protect a debtor’s property against loss in bankruptcy. Theory of Bankruptcy Exemptions In the old days when a person filed bankruptcy, the story goes, their property was taken and sold or ‘liquidated’, the proceeds then divided among creditors. Any remaining debt […]

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Keeping Cars in Bankruptcy: Asset Value and Exemptions

Attorney Myers: I need to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy because I lost my job last year. Before that, I kept up with my credit card payments, but I lived on credit cards and fell way behind. I just started a new job with less income than before, and there’s […]

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