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Q: Are my stocks exempt from Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Hawaii?

I am filing a ch.7 bankruptcy in the near future. The only assets I have are a car valued at $1200 and around $2500 in stocks. Thats it, no savings or money in my checking. Can they come after my stocks? I am pretty sure my car is exempt but I am wondering if they can come after my stocks if they... Read more »

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison answered on Apr 27, 2020

You should be able to protect the stocks with your exemptions.

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Q: Can I be charged for "Continuance of Sale" notice when no sale could occur since I was under Chapter 13 Stay protection

When I was dismissed from my Chapter 13 Stay and requested a reinstatement amount, I was charged for the "Continuance of Sale Notice" costs for every month that I was protected by the stay, when there could not be a sale, and I only received 3 of the 15 notices. Is this legal

Andrew Bresalier
Andrew Bresalier answered on Jan 27, 2014

You are no longer protected by the Bky. So, you can be sued for anything, even having assassinated President Lincoln.

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