Legal Advice for Bankruptcy Exemption — 49 results
Written by attorney John N Skiba, almost 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
A big concern of a most people going through bankruptcy have is whether they are going to lose all of their property. It is a valid concern but generally not one you need to worry much... more
Written by attorney Matthew Cherney, over 2 years ago.
Help from a Bankruptcy Lawyer in Marietta
When an individual experiences stress related to overwhelming debt, they should seek legal advice. Failure to meet ones financial obligations can... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Bierfeld, over 3 years ago.
One of the underlying themes of the bankruptcy laws in Florida is that a debtor should be allowed a fresh start after successfully completing the bankruptcy process. Consistent with this... more
Written by attorney Robyn Pepin, over 3 years ago.
The Homestead Exemption in Virginia can be found in section 34-4 of the Code of Virginia. The exemption allows a lifetime maximum of $5,000 per person with an addition $500 per dependent.... more
Written by attorney Bernd Stittleburg, over 3 years ago.
When a bankruptcy case is filed, a document titled Schedule C is filed which shows what the debtor has designated as exempt property. By exempt, the debtor is advising the court and the... more
Written by attorney Seth Rosenberg, about 4 years ago.
Property Exemptions in Bankruptcy
If you are thinking about filing bankruptcy, you should have a good understanding of what protection you can get for your property. The bankruptcy process... more
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, about 1 year ago.
This legal guide explains what bankruptcy exemptions are and how we use them to protect assets in bankruptcy. EXEMPT VS. NON-EXEMPT PROPERTY In bankruptcy we use “exemptions” to... more
Written by attorney Marc J Victor, over 5 years ago.
CHAPTER 7 With a Chapter 7, all or most unsecured debt is liquidated. Unsecured debt includes debts such as credit cards, payday loans, and medical bills. In most Chapter 7 bankruptcies,... more
Written by attorney Jeff Biddle, almost 6 years ago.
What are bankrupcty exemptions? When you file for bankruptcy, all of your property becomes part of your "bankruptcy estate". Property that is exempt is removed from the bankruptcy estate... more
Written by attorney John Malaise, almost 3 years ago.
When the economy takes a turn for the worst, everyone is affected. From the average individual American to the local publishing company to the giant corporation, bankruptcy quickly becomes... more