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Rhode Island Bankruptcy Exemptions

Rhode Island Homestead

$500,000 in land & buildings you occupy or intend to occupy as a principal residence

Vehicle

Motor vehicles to $12,000

Wages

Earned but unpaid wages to $50
Earned but unpaid wages due military member on active duty
Earned but unpaid wages due seaman
Wages of any person who had been receiving public assistance are exempt for 1 year after going off of relief
Wages of spouse & minor children

Personal property & Tools of Trade

Clothing
Beds, bedding, furniture, household goods, & supplies, to $9,600 total (husband & wife may not double)
Bibles & books to $300
Consumer cooperative association holdings to $50
Jewelry to $2,000
Working tools to $1,500
Library of practicing professional

WildCard

$5,000

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