Over 35 years, I have assisted my clients with debt problems having filed more than 32000 Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy petitions.
Are you filing a BK or want to understand the CCP allowed exemptions to use in a civil action? My answer will greater differ depending on whether you are filing BK or not.
My 9 year old judgment Creditor's assignee has filed a motion to get my payments from self employment payments from businesses and to restrain me from transferring assets. As it is now, I would qualify for BK but don't want to file if I don't have too. I was considering the wild card exemption when i filed my opposition with the court saying all my income and assets were exempt, but as was pointed out to the Court I didn't produce the right proof of such exemptions.
When you opt out, does it automatically got back in the pool to be answered? ...or should I do something?
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