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Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question: “What are North Carolina’s exemptions?”
Bankruptcy is a good thing for most people who choose to pursue it. By the time they consider filing they are typically in a tough financial spot, with mounting debt and not enough income to go around. Though bankruptcy is an excellent opportunity for a fresh start, there are certainly costs. Beyond the actual expense of filing and the harm that filing can do to your credit, bankruptcy can also mean the loss of property. To find out more about what happens to your property when filing for bankruptcy, keep reading.