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Judgment Execution and Debt in Texas

Your Texas debt settlement attorney can and will advise you regarding the court judgment exemptions in the state of Texas. Your attorney will tell you there are some things the creditor cannot “take” by way of execution of a judgment. There is an extensive list  of these items in the Texas state statutes. By enactment of laws exempting certain property from court judgment execution the State Legislature is trying to assure that a judgment debtor cannot be made completely destitute.

Moreover, the United States Federal Bankruptcy Code provides exemptions as to what can be taken from the debtor. The idea for these exemptions is the same as that regarding the exemption of certain items from execution under a court judgment.

The following is list of property exempted under the Bankruptcy
provisions of the state of Texas as of 2009:

Unlimited amount, but cannot exceed 10 acres in a city, town, or village, or 100 acres (200 for family) elsewhere. Sale proceeds are exempt for 6k months after sale. Homestead declaration must be filed or the court will charge you to file it for you

Home furnishings, including family heirlooms; food; clothing; jewelry up to 25% of the “SPECIAL LIMIT” stated below; 2 firearms; athletic and sporting equipment (includes bicycles); 1 motor vehicle for each adult with drivers license or who relies on another to operate a vehicle; 2 horses, mules, or donkeys, with saddle, blanket and bridle for each; 12 head of cattle; 0 head of
other livestock; 120 fowl; food on ad for these animals; and household pets SPECIAL LIMIT Total of all items under Property 42.0 (including tools of trade and cash value of life insurance) cannot exceed $30,000 total (%6,000for head of family)

Texas employee uniform group insurance
Texas public school employees group insurance
Texas state college or university employee benefits
Fraternal benefit society benefits
Life, health, accident or annuity benefits, policy proceeds, cash values and monies due or
already paid to beneficiary or insured
Church benefit plan benefits

Tax exempt requirement accounts; Traditional Roth IRAs up to $1,095,000 per person
ERISA-qualified church or government benefits including IRA and Roth IRA and Keoghs
Police officers
Law enforcement officers and emergency medical personnel’ survivors
State employees, elected officials, and municipal employees
County and district employees

Unemployment compensation
Medical assistance
Public assistance
Crime victim’s compensation
Worker’s compensation

Tools, books, and equipment, including motor vehicles and boats used in trade or profession; and farming or ranching vehicles and implements.

Alimony and child support
Higher education savings plan trust account
Liquor permits and licenses
Prepaid tuition plans
Business partnership property

Bankruptcy Courts:

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
600 E. Harrison Street
Suite 101
Brownsville, TX 78520
(956) 548-2500

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
601 Rosenberg, Room 411
Galveston, TX 77550
(409) 766-3530

U. S. Bankruptcy Court
1133 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
(361) 888-3484

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
1300 Victoria Street, Suite 1131
Laredo, TX 78040
(956) 723-3542

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
515 Rusk Avenue
Houston, TX 77002
(713) 250-5500

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Bentsen Tower
1701 W. Bus. Hwy. 83
McAllen, TX 78501
(316) 788-5009

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
903 San Jacinto Blvd., Suite 322
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 916-5237

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
8515 Lockheed
El Paso, TX 79925
(915) 779-7362

U.S, Bankruptcy Court
100 East Wall Street, Room P-163
Midland, TX 79701

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
615 East Houston Street, Room 137
San Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 472-6720

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
800 Franklin Avenue, Suite 140
Waco, TX 76701
(254) 750-1513

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
300 Willow Street, Suite 100
Beaumont, TX 77701
(409) 839-2617

U.S. Bankruptcy Court
110 North College Ave., 9th Floor
Tyler, TX 75702
(903) 590-3200

U. S. Bankruptcy Court
660 North Central Expressway, Suite 300B
Plano, TX 75074
(972) 509-1240

Get more information about debt relief and debt help in Texas:

a. Debt Settlement And Debt Relief- Laws In Texas

b. Statute Of Limitations

c. Judgement And Bankruptcy

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