Homestead may include mobile home if it is so used. However, the mobile home must be registered in the states for 6 months before the exemption applies. No pecuniary limit for person over 70 or more years old or the surviving spouse of the person who haven't remarried. The homestead is limited to one acre if in town or city, 160 acres if in the country, and 40 acres if on mineral land; Sale proceeds for one year up to the extent of $ 30,000 or $ 175,000 for person over 70 years of age.
School books, bible and library are exempted up to worth $ 200.
Earnings are exempted of up to 60 days. Aggregate disposable earnings are exempted among the greater among 80 % or 40 times the federal minimum hourly wage per week, plus $ 25 per week for each family member dependent and residing with the debtor.
Personal property of any kind is exempted up to the extent of $ 6000 for head of the family and $ 4, 000 for any other person.
Proceeds of Life, Health or Endowment policies are exempted up to $ 20,000. Life Insurance policy proceeds up to the extent of $ 10,000 if survived by spouse or child.
Assets and Benefits of IRC qualified employee benefit plans up to the extent of $ 250,000.
Annuity contract benefits up to the extent of $ 250 per month.
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Frederick M. Entwistle (Bankruptcy Clerk)117 Federal Bldg.
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Last Updated on: Fri, 26 Aug 2016