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West Virginia Median Income Standards

 

West Virginia Bankruptcy Exemptions

West Virginia Homestead

Real or personal property used as residence to $25,000; unused portion of homestead may be applied to any property (husband & wife may double)

Vehicle

Motor vehicle to $2,400

Wages

Minimum 30 times the federal minimum hourly wage per week; bankruptcy judge may authorize more for low-income debtors

Personal property & Tools of Trade

Animals, crops, clothing, appliances, books, household goods, furnishings, musical instruments to $400 per item, $8,000 total
Burial plot to $25,000, in lieu of homestead
Jewelry to $1,000
Implements, books, & tools of trade to $1,500


WildCard

$800 plus unused portion of homestead or burial exemption, of any property)

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