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South Carolina Bankruptcy Information

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South Carolina Median Income Standards

 

South Carolina Bankruptcy Exemptions

South Carolina Homestead

Real property, including co-op, to $58,255 (joint owners to 116,510)

Vehicle

Motor vehicle to $5,825

Wages

None (use federal nonbankruptcy wage exemption)

Personal property & Tools of Trade

Jewelry to $1,175
Animals, crops, appliances, books, clothing, household goods, furnishings, musical instruments to $4,650 total
Burial plot to $58,255, in lieu of homestead (joint owners may double)
Cash & other liquid assets to $5,825, in lieu of burial or homestead exemption
Implements, books, & tools of trade to $1,750

WildCard

Up to $5,825 for any property, from unused exemptions amounts for homestead, burial, motor vehicle, personal property, jewelry or tool of trade exemptions.

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