By Jeff Field | Published May 30, 2022 | | |
In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy (also known as “liquidation”), a court-appointed trustee is tasked with collecting and selling the debtor’s assets and using the proceeds to pay the creditors. However, the trustee cannot take everything. The debtor can legally retain ownership of certain assets, in whole or in part. These bankruptcy exemptions include various forms Read MoreRead More
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