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Is the debtor the sole owner of the LLC?
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If the debtor is the sole owner, all property owned by the LLC will be treated as if the property was owned directly by the debtor (personally).
OK, so if I understand correctly the LLC offers no distinction between personal and business assets
That is correct - as if the LLC is solely owned by the debtor, then everything the LLC owns belongs to the debtor.
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