Debtors Claim For Property Exemptions Form. This is a North Carolina form and can be use in USBC Middle Federal.
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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA In the Matter of: ) 1 Case No. ) ) DEBTOR'S CLAIM FOR PROPERTY EXEMPTIONS 1 1 Debtor. ,the undersigned debtor, hereby claim the following property as exempt pursuant to 11 U.S.C. $ I, 522@)(3)(A),(B), and (C), the Laws of the State of North Carolina, and non-bankruptcy federal law. Check if the debtor claims as exempt any amount of interest that exceeds $125,000 in value in property that the debtor or a dependent of the debtor uses as a residence. 1. REAL OR PERSONAL PROPERTY USED BY DEBTOR OR DEBTOR'S DEPENDENT AS RESIDENCE OR BURIAL PLOT. (NCGS 1C- 1601(a)(l)). Select appropriate exemption amount below: Total net value not to exceed $18,500. Total net value not to exceed $37,000. (Debtor is unmarried, 65 years of age or older, property was previously owned by debtor as tenant by the entireties or joint tenant with rights of survivorship, and former co-owner is deceased.) Description of Property & Address Market Value Amt. Mtg. or Lien Mtg. Holder or Lien Holder(s) Net Value (a) Total Net Value Total Net Exemption (b) Unused portion of exemption, not to exceed $5,000. (This amount, if any, may be camed forward and used to claim an exemption in any property owned by debtor. (NCGS 1C-1601(a)(2)). $ 2. TENANCY BY THE ENTIRETY. The following property is claimed as exempt pursuant to 11 U.S.C. t 522(b)(3)(B) and j the laws of the State of North Carolina pertaining to property held as tenants by the entirety. Description of Property & Address Market Value Mtg. Holder or Lien Holder(s) Amt. Mtg. or Lien Net Value 3. MOTOR VEHICLE. (NCGS 1C-1601(a)(3). Only one vehicle allowed under this paragraph with net value claimed as exempt not to exceed $3,500.) Year, Make, Model of Auto Market Value Lien Holder(s) (a) Statutory allowance (b) Amount from 1(b) above to be used in this paragraph. (A part or all of l(b) may be used as needed.) Total Net Exemption Amt. Lien $ Net Value 3.500 $ $ American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com 4. TOOLS OF TRADE, IMPLEMENTS, OR PROFESSIONAL BOOKS. (NCGS 1C-160 1(a)(5). Used by debtor or debtor's dependent. Total net value of all items claimed as exempt not to exceed $2,000) Market Net Amt. Lien Value Description Value Lien Holder(s) (a) Statutory allowance (b) Amount fiom l(b) above to be used in this paragraph. (A part or all of 1(b) may be used as needed.) Total Net Exemption $ 5. PERSONAL PROPERTY USED FOR HOUSEHOLD OR PERSONAL PURPOSES NEEDED BY DEBTOR OR DEBTOR'S DEPENDENTS. (NCGS 1C-1601(a)(4). Debtor's aggregate interest, not to exceed $5,000 in value for the debtor plus $1,000 for each dependent of the debtor, not to exceed $4,000 total for dependents.) Market Net Amt. Lien Value Description Value Lien Holder(s) Clothing & Personal Kitchen Appliances Stove Refrigerator Freezer Washing Machine Dryer China Silver Jewelry Living Room Furniture Den Furniture Bedroom Furniture Dining Room Furniture Lawn Furniture Television ( ) Stereo ( ) Radio Musical Instruments ( ) Piano ( ) Organ Air Conditioner Paintings & Art Lawn Mower Yard Tools Crops Animals Other ( ) Total Net Value (a) Statutory allowance for debtor (b) Statutory allowance for debtor's dependents: dependents at $1,000 each (not to exceed $4,000 total for dependents) (c) Amount from 1(b) above to be used in this paragraph. (A part or all of 1(b) may be used as needed.) Total Net Exemption American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com 6. LIFE INSURANCE. (As provided in Article X, Section 5 of North Carolina Constitution.) Name of Insurance Company Name of Insured Policy No. Policy Date Name of Beneficiary 7. PROFESSIONALLY PRESCRIBED HEALTH AIDS (FOR DEBTOR OR DEBTOR'S DEPENDENTS). (NCGS 1C-160 1(a)(7). No limit on value or number of items.) Description: 8. DEBTOR'S RIGHT TO RECEIVE FOLLOWING COMPENSATION: (NCGS 1C-1601(a)(8). No limit on number or amount.) A. $ B. $ C. $ Compensation for personal injury to debtor or to person whom debtor was dependent for support. Compensation for death of person of whom debtor was dependent for support. Compensation from private disability policies or annuities. 9. INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT PLANS AS DEFINED IN THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE AND ANY PLAN TREATED IN THE SAME MANNER AS AN INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT PLAN UNDER THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE (NCGS 1C-160 1(a)(9). No limit on number or amount.) AND OTHER RETIREMENT FUNDS DEFINED IN 11U.S.C. 8 522@)(3)(c). Detailed Description Value 10. COLLEGE SAVINGS PLANS QUALIFIED UNDER SECTION 529 OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE. (NCGS 1C- 1601(a)(10). Total net value not to exceed $25,000 and may not include any funds placed in a college saving plan within the preceding 12 months not in the ordinary course of the debtor's financial affairs. This exemption applies only to the extent that the funds are for a child of the debtor and will actually be used for the child's college or university expenses.) Detailed Description Value 11. RETIREMENT BENEFITS UNDER A RETIREMENT PLAN OF OTHER STATE AND GOVERNMENTAL UNITS OF OTHER STATES, TO THE EXTENT THOSE BENEFITS ARE EXEMPT UNDER THE LAWS OF THAT STATE OR GOVERNMENTAL UNIT. (NCGS 1C-1601(a)(11). No limit on amount.) Description: 12. ALIMONY, SUPPORT, SEPARATION MAINTENANCE AND CHILD SUPPORT. (NCGS 1C- 1601(a)(12). No limit on amount to the extent such payments are reasonably necessary for the support of Debtor or dependent of Debtor.) Description: American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com 13. ANY OTHER REAL OR PERSONAL PROPERTY WHICH DEBTOR DESIRES TO CLAIM AS EXEMPT THAT HAS NOT PREVIOUSLY BEEN CLAIMED ABOVE. (NCGS 1C- 1601(a)(2). The amount claimed may not exceed the remaining amount available under paragraph l(b) which has not been used for other exemptions.) Market Net Description Value Lien Holder@) Amt. Lien Value (a) Total Net Value of property claimed in paragraph 13. (b) Total amount available from paragraph 1(b). (c) Less amounts from paragraph l(b) which were used in the following paragraphs: Paragraph 3(b) Paragraph 4(b) Paragraph 5(c) $ $ $ $ Net Balance Available from paragraph l(b) Total Net Exemption 14. OTHER EXEMPTIONS CLAIMED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA: Aid to the Aged, Disabled and Families with Dependent Children, NCGS 108A-36 Aid to the Blind, NCGS 111- 18 Yearly Allowance for Surviving Spouse, NCGS 30- 15 North Carolina Local Government Employees Retirement Benefits, NCGS 128-31 North Carolina Teachers and State Employees Retirement Benefits, NCGS 135-9 Firemen's and Rescue Workers' Pensions, NCGS 58-86-90 Workers Compensation Benefits, NCGS 97-21 Unemployment Benefits, so long as not commingled and except for debts for necessities purchased while unemployed, NCGS 96-17 Group Insurance Proceeds, NCGS 58-58- 165 Partnership Property, except on a claim against the partnership, NCGS 59-55 Wages of a Debtor Necessary for Support of Family, NCGS 1-362 Other TOTAL VALUE OF PROPERTY CLAIMED AS EXEMPT $ 15. EXEMPTIONS CLAIMED UNDER NON-BANKRUPTCY FEDERAL LAW: Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Payments, 22 U.S.C. $4060 Social Security Benefits, 42 U.S.C. $ 407 Injury or Death Compensation Payments from War Risk Hazards, 42 U.S.C. $ 1717 Wages of Fishermen, Seamen and Apprentices, 46 U.S.C. $5 11108, 11109 Civil Service Retirement Benefits, 5 U.S.C. $ 8346 Longshoremen and Harbor Workers Compensation Act Death and Disability Benefits, 33 U.S.C. $ 916 Railroad Retirement Act Annuities and Pensions 45 U.S.C. $ 23 1m Veterans Benefits, 38 U.S.C. $ 5301 Special Pension Paid to Winners of Congressional Medal of Honor, 38 U.S.C. $ 1562 Other TOTAL VALUE OF PROPERTY CLAIMED AS EXEMPT DATE: Debtor American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com