Homestead consisting of debtor's residence if individually owned is exempted up to $ 20,000 and $ 40,000 if jointly owned. If the homestead is not the primary place of residence then for individually owned home exempted up to $ 5000
and if jointly owned then it is exempted up to $ 10,000
. Same exemption for proceeds of sale of homestead but should be One year after sale.
Disposable income exempted up to the extent of minimum 75 %
, which may increase if the court deems so.
Alimony and Maintenance:
Amount of reasonably requisite is exempted for the support of debtor and dependent.
Reasonably necessary health aids are exempted.
Sofas, chairs & related articles reasonably required are exempted up to the extent of $ 500.Apart from the above mentioned household exemption the following are also exempted: One sewing machine, washing machine and dryer, one refrigerator, one freezer, one stove, one microwave oven, all beds and beddings.
Life insurance policy benefits for the policies one year old or above that.
Dinning and kitchen tables reasonably exempted up to the extent of $ 500
Personal Usage Articles:
Animals, books and musical instruments reasonably necessary for personal usage exempted up to the extent of $ 500
Pets and Husbandry:
Pets and husbandry exempted up to the extent of $ 1,000
Personal Heirlooms and Articles of Sentimental Value:
Articles of sentimental aspect and personal heirlooms exempted up to the extent of $ 500.
One Motor Vehicle:
One motor vehicle exempted up to the extent of $ 2,500
Assets and Benefits of Internal Plan:
Assets and benefits in retirement plan are exempted absolutely except contributions made within 180 days of filing.
Total or Absolute Exemptions for:
- Proceeds from Sale, Damage or Destruction.
- Military property of National Guardsman.
- Occupational Disease Act compensation.
- Public assistance Benefits.
- Fraternal Benefit and Society Benefits.
- School employee's retirement benefit.
- Unemployment Compensation Benefits.
- Workmen's Compensation Benefits.
- Benefit payable under Utah State retirement fund.
- Burial Plots.
- Veterans benefits.
- Child Support.
- Specific Partnership Property.
- Benefits payable under Utah State Retirement Act.
- Water rights available to the homesteads and irrigational purposes.
Utah Bankruptcy District Court (United States Tenth Circuit)
Court's Address:Frank E. Moss Courthouse, 350 South Main Street #301, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Court's Phone Number: 801-524-6687
Court's Email Address: email@example.com
Court's Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM)
Court's Website: www.utb.uscourts.gov
CM/ECF Helpdesk: 801-450-3443
VCIS Local: 801-524-3107Toll free: 800-733-6740
Jurisdictional Counties: All Counties
Court Locations: Ogden, Salt Lake City
Judges:Hon. Glen E. Clark(Chief Judge)369 U.S. Courthouse, 350 S. Main St., Salt Lake City, UT 84101(801) 524-6549 Hon. Judith A. Boulden341 U.S. Courthouse, 350 S. Main St., Salt Lake City, UT 84101(801) 524-5749Hon. William T. Thurman376 U.S. Courthouse, 350 S. Main St., Salt Lake City, UT 84101(801) 524-6572
Clerks: David A. Sime (Bankruptcy Clerk)301 U.S. Courthouse, 350 S. Main St., Salt Lake City, UT 84101(801) 524-6687