Have seen two conflicting answers. So here is scenario. Person has home in Illinois. Worth: 179,000.00. Home has 10,000.00 in "equity". Illinois allows "15,000.00" in 'exemption'..for purposes of filers of bankruptcy. Person wants to file Chapter 7. Mortgage payments are current. Question? Does 15,000.00 exemption mean she will lose home? What exactly is "equity" and how does it relate to the exemption status? Can you please answer in laymen's terms? Thank you.
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People who are buying the house waiting for its Chapter 13 bankruptcy to be discharged . In Ohio , how long this takes after making your final payment to your manager ? I looked at the site of the pacemaker and says his state is
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I'm anticipating filing Chapter 7 July , and has a few thousand that excess money will stop because my debt payments . I would use this money for the rent and emergency money in the future , so if I was going to pull my account at least 90 days before filing , that would be considered
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I mean , as long as the debt was incurred prior to the filing date of the bankruptcy , is not covered in the bankruptcy .