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IRA FOUND NOT EXCEMPT FROM BANKRUPCY PROTECTION

In the 34 years I have been practicing bankruptcy law in Massachusetts, we have been informing clients that their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) are generally exempt from creditors in bankruptcy.  As are 401ks, Keogh plans, and so forth.  You simply declare on your Petition and Schedules what your retirement accounts are, provide documentation as to the balances, and the bankruptcy trustee considers them exempt from your creditors.

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