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Bankruptcy Property Exemptions

Exempt property is property that you do not have to forfeit when filing for bankruptcy and are instead entitled to keep. Before you file for bankruptcy or take any other debt relief measure it is important to know which exemptions you qualify for. Depending on the circumstances of your case all of your property may be exempt from the bankruptcy. On the other hand, you may be forced to liquidate precious assets if you file for bankruptcy and your property does not qualify for an exemption. Florida Law Advisers, P.A. can help you determine what property you may be forced to liquidate if you have filed or are considering filing for bankruptcy. Call us today to schedule a free consultation with a Tampa Bankruptcy attorney to find out how exemption law may affect your bankruptcy.

Bankruptcy laws are federally controlled overall, however, the law allows each state to create their own unique exemption laws for bankruptcy. It is important to hire a bankruptcy attorney who has a thorough understanding of the law regarding exemptions. Our bankruptcy attorneys have years of experience dealing with both federal and Florida exemptions which enables us to help our clients receive the greatest amount of exemptions possible by law. In some cases, our clients have been able to keep all of their property and were not required to liquidate any of their assets as a condition of filing for bankruptcy.

Exempt Property Can Include Your:
  • Home
  • Car
  • Pension accounts
  • Wages
  • Personal property
  • Jewelry
  • Damages awarded from personal injury lawsuits
  • Annuities
  • 401K plans
  • Tools used for business

For a complete list of exemptions, or to see how exemption law may affect your bankruptcy, please call, chat or email us to speak with a Tampa bankruptcy attorney. We will be glad to answer your questions over the phone, or for more in-depth questions arrange a free consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer at our firm.

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