Generally, the personal property exemptions for Virginia are listed in Va. Code Section 34-26. There are other exemptions possible depending upon certain conditions, so you should speak with a bankruptcy attorney in your area to ensure you have claimed all exemptions you are entitled to claim. For instance, you may have real estate exemptions, agricultural exemptions, tools of the trade, etc.
Here is a link to the Va. Code section noted above:
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"personal property" covers a lot of items, so you need to be more specific. You also need to make sure that Virginia's exemption laws apply in your case. Exemption laws are based on the state where you resided for the 2 years prior to filing your bankruptcy case or, if you lived in more than 1 state during that period, in the state where you resided for the greater part of the 180 days prior to that 2 year period.
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I highly recommend that you talk to an attorney and not do this on your own.
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