Other Listings of State Exemptions on the Internet
The following websites offer information on Texas exemptions, but be careful to check whether the information is up to date. Here are a few generally reliable, resources, which may or may not be up to date.
AssetProtectionBook.com A site geared toward the very rich with millions n assets, looking for ways to shield them. Good discussion of using insurance as an exemption. Extensive state by state review of exemptions. Site is updated "when they get around to it" -- no guarantees of currency.
CCH Business Owner's Toolkit Generally, a good reference site for lawyers and small business owners. Exemption summaries do not have citations, nor can you tell when the information was last updated. Exemptions are not up-to-date for several states.
Upsolve.org offers exemption listings for State, as does Nolo, and
If you have recently moved
ExemptionsExpress offers a handy 50 state table and analysis to deal with the problem of how to comply with potentially conflicting state and federal bankruptcy exemption laws if you have recently moved from one state to another.
Other Places to research State Law
The Library of Congress offers a directory of state resources for each state