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Skilled Bankruptcy Exemption Planning Guidance

Many people who file for bankruptcy fear they will lose all of their property in the process. To the contrary, bankruptcy law allows for many exemptions from creditor claims, including your home, your retirement accounts and many of your personal possessions.

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy and have concerns over exemption planning, the attorneys at Thames Markey are here for you. We draw upon decades of experience and in-depth knowledge of the nuances of bankruptcy law to help our clients achieve their financial objectives. With law offices in Jacksonville, we handle business bankruptcies and complex individual bankruptcies for clients throughout Northeast Florida.

Proceed With Care

Exemption planning must be handled with care and should be overseen by an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Any action you take in the months leading up to bankruptcy is subject to scrutiny by the bankruptcy court. Even well-meaning actions, if poorly timed or not properly vetted, can derail your bankruptcy or, worse, result in allegations of bankruptcy fraud.

We will work with you closely to develop an asset protection strategy that protects you from pitfalls and best suits your overall financial goals. By carefully overseeing the management and positioning of your assets, we will seek to influence which assets are protected once you file and place you in the best possible position for a successful post-bankruptcy future.

Discuss Your Legal Needs With An Experienced Lawyer

We are committed to helping our clients maximize their exemptions to the full extent allowed by the law. To learn how we can help you with bankruptcy exemption planning, contact our law offices online or by telephone at 904-358-4000.

Business owners are often worried about salvaging what they can during bankruptcy – the firm can help them preserve what’s important to them.

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