California Exemptions

Can I Keep My House If I File Bankruptcy?

Can I keep my house if I file Bankruptcy? If you file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee will not liquidate your house if there is no net value after the claimed exemption pursuant to the California exemption statutes, amount encumbered by your secured lender, recorded property taxes owed, recorded unavoidable judgment liens, …

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Can I Sell or Encumber My Properties Once I File Bankruptcy?

Can I Sell or encumber my properties once I file Bankruptcy? If you filed a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee becomes the owner of your properties. However, the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee is unlikely to liquidate your assets, especially if you retained a Sacramento Bankruptcy Attorney, when you claimed your assets exempted …

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Can I Continue Using My Bank Account Once I File Bankruptcy?

Can I continue using my bank account once I filed for bankruptcy? In a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, the Chapter 7 Trustee becomes the owner of all debtor’s assets upon Bankruptcy filing. However, in most cases, especially if you retained a Bankruptcy Attorney, the funds in the bank account are claimed exempt pursuant to California exemption …

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Do I get to keep all my assets through Bankruptcy?

The answer depends on which Bankruptcy you file.  If you file under Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you will lose your assets that is not protected under the California Exemptions.  If you file under Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, you can keep assets that are not protected under the California Exemption by paying your unsecured creditors through a payment plan for …

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