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What Property Can I Keep After Bankruptcy?

If you face overwhelming debt and are considering Chapter 7 as a way of permanently discharging some of your debts, your first question may be “What property can I keep after bankruptcy?” Each state has its own specific laws governing Chapter 7 exemptions. You want an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to help you understand the rules in Pennsylvania, so that you get the relief you expected.

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The Pennsylvania Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Exemptions

When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, you have the option to choose the federal exemption standard or the state exemption.

In Pennsylvania, the state exemption is $300 for an individual or $600 for a couple filing bankruptcy. The state exemptions also include jointly held property between spouses, workers’ compensation benefits or disability insurance payments and pension and retirement accounts.

Under the federal exemption, you are allowed:

These exemptions are per individual, so they are doubled if spouses file bankruptcy jointly.

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To schedule a private meeting with an experienced bankruptcy attorney in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, contact us online or call our office at 717-260-3527. We provide a free initial consultation to prospective bankruptcy clients. Visa and MasterCard are welcome.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.