Law Office of Lynnmarie A. Johnson | Lynnmarie Johnson
Generally that just lists the property that the trustee agrees are exempt. It may also list the ones that the trustee has not decided on yet or feels are at least partially non-exempt. You should call your attorney and ask them where you stand with the trustee at this point. God luck!
Answer Applies to: Michigan
Ross Smith, Attorney at Law | Charles Ross Smith III
It just means that the exemption were allowed, unless exceptions were noted. Check your Schedule C and see if any were left out. You do not need to do anything. Don't forget to take the second debtor education course. Good luck. Thank you for reading me. I hope you found this answer to be helpful. This answer is not intended to create an attorney/client relationship. It is general information that should be discussed with your own attorney. Because the law in other jurisdictions is different and the facts of each case are different, consumers cannot rely on the opinions expressed here.
Answer Applies to: Ohio
Ashman Law Office | Glen Edward Ashman
There is no such thing as such a notice IN a bankruptcy case. Such notices come from elsewhere. Since you do not know what you actually have, and it sounds like you were trying to be your own lawyer, get one before something unexpected happens.
Answer Applies to: Georgia