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Object to Claim of Exemptions by Debtor

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The debtor has the right to ask the court to protect some types of wages or property from being used to pay a judgment debt. Usually, this is because it is considered a “necessity of life.”

The judgment creditor has the right to object to the debtor’s request for an exemption. You will find more information about what exemptions are allowed below:   

(Note: the second page of this form applies to debtors who have filed for bankruptcy).
 

The court will hold a hearing to decide whether or not to allow the debtor’s claim of exemption. Click on the links below to find out what creditors must do if they object to the debtor’s claim of exemption: 
 


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