Hi, I'd like to assist you with your bankruptcy questions this afternoon.
Since you are not claiming a homestead exemption, you can claim the unused portion of the homestead exemption up to $10,825 if filing alone.
Or up to $21,650 if filing jointly with your spouse.
ok, shew! just wanted to make sure that applied to me since im not a home owner
You might want to double-check to make sure that you didn't use part of your wildcard exemption (Section 522(d)(5)) for any other personal property you claimed as exempt.
only for $92
Then you shouldn't have a problem.
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