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Colorado Median Income Standards

 

Colorado Bankruptcy Exemptions

Colorado Homestead

Real property, mobile home, manufactured home, or house trailer you occupy to $75,000; $105,000 if owner, spouse, or dependent is disabled or age 60 or older; sale proceeds exempt 2 years after received (husband & wife may double)

Vehicle

Motor vehicles or bicycles used for work to $7,500; to $12,500 if used by a debtor or by a dependent who is disabled or age 60 or older

Wages

Minimum 75% of weekly net earnings or 30 times the federal or state minimum wage, whichever is greater, including pension and insurance payments

Personal property & Tools of Trade

Clothing to $2,000
Food & fuel to $600
Health aids
Household goods to $3,000
Jewelry & articles of adornment to $2,500
Family pictures & books to $2,000

WildCard

None

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