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District of Columbia Bankruptcy Exemptions

District of Columbia Homestead

Any property used as a residence or co-op that debtor or debtor's dependent uses as a residence

Vehicle

$2,575

Wages

Minimum 75% of earned but unpaid wages, pension payments; bankruptcy judge may authorize more for low-income debtors
Nonwage (including pension & retirement) earnings to $200/mo for head of family; else $60/mo for a maximum of two months

Personal property & Tools of Trade

Appliances, books, clothing, household furnishings, and goods, musical instruments, pets to $425 per item or $8,625 total
All family pictures; and all the family library, to $400

WildCard

Up to $850 in any property, plus up to $8,075 of unused homestead exemption

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