If you would like to mark an exemption as "Unknown" or "100%" please see: Overriding Exemptions

PLEASE NOTE: If you are filing a joint case, NextChapter only shows the individual exemption amount. If you need to double the amount, you may receive a warning from the application that you have exceeded the exemption allowance but you can still proceed with the doubled amount. Exemption Amounts

Question from Schedule C: Identify any property you list on Schedule A/B that you claim as exempt

Exemptions can be added each time you add a new item within the Personal Property section.  You may receive an alert that the exemption limit is exceeded but this will not prevent you from continuing with the information that you entered.  It is simply used as a warning that you may disregard if necessary.

*Please note: The fields to enter exemption information are not viewable until you click to Add Exemption

Where to enter this in NextChapter: Personal Property > Vehicles Owned > Add Exemption

Where to enter this in NextChapter: Personal Property > Secured Assets > Add Exemption

Where to enter this in NextChapter: Personal Property > Personal Items > Add Exemption

Where to enter this in NextChapter: Personal Property > Money and Accounts > Add Exemption

Where to enter this in NextChapter: Personal Property > Money Owed to Debtor > Add Exemption

Where to enter this in NextChapter: Personal Property > Business Related > Add Exemption

Where to enter this in NextChapter: Personal Property > Farm/Livestock > Add Exemption

Where to enter this in NextChapter: Personal Property > Miscellaneous Property > Add Exemption

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