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Kansas Bankruptcy Exemptions

What Exemptions are allowed when filing bankruptcy in Kansas?

Below is a list of some of the available Kansas bankruptcy exemptions. This list only identifies a small fraction of the exemptions available in Kansas and there are many exemptions (such as retirement accounts, life insurance, and trade tools) that are not listed and may be beneficial to you. Talk to a qualified Kansas bankruptcy attorney in your area to have all the available exemptions explained to you. Only a Kansas bankruptcy attorney can properly list and explain all of the applicable exemptions offered in Kansas.

Kansas Bankruptcy Exemptions

Homestead
no limit
Jewelry
$1,000
Motor Vehicle
$20,000
Tools of Trade
$7,500

Kansas Bankruptcy Disclosures

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