I"m often asked, may I keep my home, my car and my other personal property of I file bankruptcy? The answer to that question is generally yes. In the state of Kansas we have very liberal exemption laws that allow you to keep most of your property if you are going to pay for it. Items such as household goods and furnishing, collectibles, firearms, tools of the trade, one automobile per person who is filing bankruptcy, 401 K accounts and your home. You may keep all of these items without risk or worry of losing them to creditors. Kansas bankruptcy laws allow you to retain property and judison your debts. Please contact my office to discuss further this very complicated process of retaining property. Please utilize one of the various methods on my website to schedule a free bankruptcy case evaluation.