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What Are the New Jersey Bankruptcy Exemptions?

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy in New Jersey, you need to know the exemptions the state offers. Bankruptcy exemptions allow people to protect certain assets from liquidation or seizure during a bankruptcy case. Each state has different rules regarding which assets can be exempted, so it’s important to understand what is available in New Jersey.

The majority of states allow individuals to use either federal or state exemption laws when filing for bankruptcy. In New Jersey, however, residents may only utilize state exemption statutes when listing their property and debts as part of their case. This means that filers cannot use federal exemptions even if they may be more generous than those offered by the state.

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