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Montana Median Income Standards

 

Montana Bankruptcy Exemptions

Montana Homestead

Real property or mobile home you occupy to $250,000; sale, condemnation, or insurance proceeds exempt for 18 months
Must record homestead declaration before filing for bankruptcy

Vehicle

$2,500

Wages

Minimum 75% of earned but unpaid weekly disposable earnings, or 30 times the federal hourly minimum wage, whichever is greater; bankruptcy judge may authorize more for low-income debtors

Personal property & Tools of Trade

Appliances, household furnishings, goods, animals with feed, crops, musical instruments, books, firearms, sporting goods, clothing, & jewelry to $600 per item, $4,500 total
Implements, books, & tools of trade to $3,000 25-13-609(3) Uniforms, arms, accoutrements needed to carry out government functions

WildCard

None

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