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You must list down all assets you have any ownership in, so you should list it and use any available exemptions to protect it.
it does not matter if you have changed the title and/or registered it.
Since it is yours, you must list it.
Talk to a local bankruptcy attorney about scheduling all assets and any available exemptions to protect them.
Most offer free consultations.
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What are exemptios?
Bankruptcy exemptions vary by state that give you certain protection for your assets (meaning the court won't sell them when you file bankruptcy).
North Carolina's are here
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