What Can I Keep Through Bankruptcy?

Chances Are You Won't Lose Anything in Bankruptcy

What can I keep when I file for bankruptcy?

Credit card debts are increasing as interest rates go up and late fees are added to an already excessive bill. You want relief, but you don't want to sacrifice your most valuable assets. Yet, you fear losing your family home or the family car.

At the Everett-based office of Ken Schneider, Attorney at Law, we have helped clients throughout the Puget Sound area emerge from a bankruptcy with their possessions intact.

Not knowing your options could result in the unnecessary loss of valuable property. Do not let that happen to you. Contact us at 425-374-1691 or toll free at 866-415-1705. We will help you figure out what property you can keep in a bankruptcy.

You Don't Have to Give Up Your Assets

Don't assume that you will lose everything in bankruptcy. While a common perception, it could not be more wrong. At the law office of Ken Schneider, Attorney at Law, we communicate what exemptions are available. We inform you of your rights to keep property in spite of a bankruptcy filing. Simple household goods, cars, retirement accounts and the family home can be spared in almost all cases.

Contact Us

For more information or to schedule a free 30 minute consultation to find out what you can keep when you file for bankruptcy, please contact us.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.