Update: I figured out the judgement should be recorded on line 18 of schedule b - personal property. But I have another question (last one I promise!):
We have a security deposit for our current home with our landlord. Is it necessary for me to include this on schedule c - property claimed as exempt? I don't know if the trustee can take that money from us if we don't actually have it, our landlord does. But I want to make sure its filed as exempt if it needs to be. Am I making any sense here? :-)
I live in the state of Illinois and I had it listed under the wildcard exemption.
I know I have to list it on schedule b but I was not sure if it was to my benefit to list it as exempt or not. I just didn't want to omit it from schedule c and then the trustee ask us to pay him, (since we don't even have it, ,our landlord does)
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