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Connecticut bankruptcy exemptions   CT Bankruptcy Exemptions

FEDERAL BANKRUPTCY EXEMPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE
All law references are to Connecticut Bankruptcy Code.

ASSET

EXEMPTION

LAW PROVISION

HOMESTEAD

Real property, including mobile or manufactured home to $75,000 (Spouses may double)

52-352b(t)

INSURANCE 

Disability benefits paid by association for its members

52-352b(p)

Fraternal benefit society benefits

38a-637

Health or disability benefits

52-352b(e)

Life insurance proceeds if clause prohibits proceeds from being used to pay beneficiary's creditors

38a-454

Life insurance proceeds or avails

38a-453

Un-matured life insurance policy loan value to $4,000

52-352b(s)

MISCELLANEOUS

Alimony, to extent wages exempt

52-352b(n)

Child support

52-352b(h)

Farm partnership animals and livestock feed reasonably required to run farm where at least 50% of partners are members of same family

52-352d

Property of business partnership

34-63

PENSIONS

ERISA-qualified benefits, to extent wages exempt (only payments being received)

52-352b(m)

Municipal employees

7-446

Probate judges and employees

45-29o

State employees

5-171, 5-192w

Teachers

10-183q

PERSONAL PROPERTY

Appliances, food, clothing, furniture and bedding needed

52-352b(a)

Burial plot

52-352b(c)

Health aids needed

52-352b(f)

Motor vehicle to $13,500

52-352b(j)

Proceeds for damaged exempt property

52-352b(q)

Residential utility and security deposits for 1 residence

52-352b(l)

Wedding and engagement rings

52-352b(k)

PUBLIC BENEFITS

Aid to blind, aged, disabled, AFDC

52-352b(d)

Crime victims’ compensation

52-352b(o), 54-213

Social security

52-352b(g)

Unemployment compensation

31-272(c), 52-352b(g)

Veterans’ benefits

52-352b(g)

Vietnam veterans’ death benefits

27-140I

Wages from earnings incentive program

52-352b(d)

Workers’ compensation

52-352b(g)

TOOLS OF TRADE

Arms, military equipment, uniforms, musical instruments of military personnel

52-352b(I)

Tools, books, instruments and farm animals needed

52-352b(b)

WAGES

Minimum 75% of earned but unpaid wages

52-361a(f)

WILD CARD

$1,075 of any property plus up to $10,125 of any amount of unused homestead exemption

52-352b(r)



Connecticut bankruptcy courts  Connecticut Bankruptcy Courts
See the list below for Bankruptcy Courts by District. Click on the District link to go directly to that Bankruptcy Court's web site.

BANKRUPTCY COURTS NUMBER OF COPIES
State Of Connecticut
Bridgeport Division
915 Lafayette Boulevard
Bridgeport, CT 06604
Telephone: (203)579-5808

Hartford Division
450 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06103
Telephone: (860)240-3675

New Haven Division
157 Church Street, 18th Floor
New Haven, CT 06510
Telephone: (203)773-2009

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