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Exceptions to Exemptions

Common Exceptions to Exemptions:

Many states exemption laws do not protect property from certain kinds of creditors claims, such as child support, taxes, and claims of secured creditors.
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Updated: 2020-08-26
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Common Exceptions to Exemptions:

Child support
Secured claim holders


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