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One of the biggest questions posed by people entering or considering bankruptcy is the issue of whether or not they will be able to keep their house after the bankruptcy is completed. The answer to this question depends on the type of bankruptcy that you are declaring. Because bankruptcy laws are federal, not state based, the answer should be pretty much the same no matter what state you live in when you declare the bankruptcy, although each state does set different dollar amounts for homestead exemptions. So, how can you go about keeping your house after bankruptcy in the state of Illinois?To keep your house under Illinois bankruptcy laws, there are several things you will need to do.
You will want to talk with a bankruptcy lawyer to see if you can afford to keep your home after bankruptcy and to see if keeping your house is possible given your situation.
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