The bankruptcy law exempts certain property and other assets from your creditors. In other words, you are allowed to keep certain things to provide for your “fresh start.” Here is the list of exemptions:
Real property, including mobile homes and co-ops, or burial plots up to $20,200. Unused portion of homestead, up to $10,125, may be used for other property.
Motor vehicle up to $3,225.
Animals, crops, clothing, appliances and furnishings, books, household goods, and musical instruments up to $525 per item, and up to $10,775 total.
Jewelry up to $1,350.
$1,075 of any property, and unused portion of homestead up to $10,125.
Wrongful death recovery for person you depended upon.
Personal injury recovery up to $20,200 except for pain and suffering or for pecuniary loss.
Lost earnings payments.
Tax exempt retirement accounts; IRAs and Roth IRAs up to $1,095,000 per person.
Public assistance, Social Security, Veteran’s benefits, Unemployment Compensation.
Crime victim’s compensation
Tools of Trade:
Implements, books and tools of trade, up to $2,025.
Alimony and Child Support:
Alimony and child support needed for support
Unmatured life insurance policy except credit insurance.
Life insurance policy with loan value up to $10,775.
Disability, unemployment or illness benefits
Life insurance payments for a person you depended on, which you need for support
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