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- 1 EXEMPT PROPERTY
- 1.1 WHAT ARE EXEMPTIONS OR EXEMPT PROPERTY?
- 1.2 A debtor’s exemption rights are fixed as of the petition date.
- 1.2.1 The filing date of a bankruptcy petition determines the law governing exemptions and freezes the value of the exemptions that the debtor may claim
- 1.2.2 1215 DAY LIMIT ON ACQUIRING HOMESTEAD:
- 1.2.3 Secured Debt and Settlement Between Trustee and Secured Creditor
- 1.2.4 Homestead Post-Petition Sale Proceeds Retain Exempt Status in Chapter 7
- 1.2.5 The Snapshot Rule Prevails: Date of Filing Petition Fixes Exemptions
- 1.2.6 Secured Debt and Settlement Between Trustee and Secured Creditor
- 1.2.7 When is the funds still property of the debtor when the check is written or when the check is honored?
- 1.2.8 Social Security benefits commingled in an account with nonexempt funds retain their exempt status
- 1.2.9 SOCIAL SECURITY FUNDS:
- 1.2.10 INTEREST ON GOVERNMENT BENEFITS:
- 1.2.11 Worker’s Compensation:
- 1.2.12 Wages:
- 1.2.13 State Retirement Funds:
- 1.2.14 Arizona insurance proceeds for exempt property:
- 1.2.15 Debtor reopens chapter 7 19 years after discharge to claim homestead exemption.