Exemptions Protect Your Property

Under the Bankruptcy Code, exemptions allow you to protect your assets, including, but not limited to your home, vehicles, IRA, 401(k), retirement account, household goods, and personal property. Contact us to discuss your specific situation. Any property that you are able to keep after your bankruptcy is done by claiming the appropriate exemption. You may wonder if you can keep your home or your vehicle if you file for bankruptcy. We can provide answers.

At Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., we are experienced in helping clients understand the rules and regulations of North Carolina bankruptcy exemptions and inform them of the assets they are entitled to keep after a bankruptcy.

When you file for bankruptcy, there are exemptions to protect your home, your car, and some other investments. Let us help you protect your assets. Contact us today.

A bankruptcy trustee has the responsibility of selling any unprotected (non-exempt belongings you have and distributing the proceeds to your creditors. Most of the things that people commonly own are exempt from sale by the trustee. Our attorneys will help you compile a list of your assets and claim the exemptions necessary to protect those assets from your creditors and from the bankruptcy trustee. When you are facing overwhelming debt, let us help you restore your financial security and take the necessary action to protect your assets.

Whether you are filing a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13, we can assist you in making the best decisions to protect your assets and your financial future.

Our attorneys can provide debt counseling on bankruptcy exemptions and other methods of debt relief.

Contact Gillespie & Murphy, P.A., to schedule a free consultation at our New Bern, Wilmington, Greenville or Jacksonville Chapter 7 law firm. We are lawyers dedicated to helping clients with bankruptcy exemptions. We have the experience to help you quickly obtain the relief you deserve.

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