Oregon Bankruptcy Laws : Oregon State Exemptions

Complete state of Oregon bankruptcy exemptions laws which protect a debtor’s property when personal bankruptcy is filed.


18.395 Homestead exemption.

(1) A homestead shall be exempt from sale on execution, from the lien of every judgment and from liability in any form for the debts of the owner to the amount in value of $40,000, except as otherwise provided by law. The exemption shall be effective without the necessity of a claim thereof by the judgment debtor. When two or more members of a household are debtors whose interests in the homestead are subject to sale on execution, the lien of a judgment or liability in any form, their combined exemptions under this section shall not exceed $50,000. The homestead must be the actual abode of and occupied by the owner, or the owner’s spouse, parent or child, but the exemption shall not be impaired by:

(a) Temporary removal or temporary absence with the intention to reoccupy the same as a homestead;
(b) Removal or absence from the property; or
(c) The sale of the property.

(2) The exemption shall extend to the proceeds derived from such sale to an amount not exceeding $40,000 or $50,000, whichever amount is applicable under subsection (1) of this section, if the proceeds are held for a period not exceeding one year and held with the intention to procure another homestead therewith.
(3) The exemption period under subsection (1)(b) and (c) of this section shall be one year from the removal, absence or sale, whichever occurs first.
(4) When the owner of a homestead has been granted a discharge in bankruptcy or has conveyed the homestead property, the value thereof, for the purpose of determining a leviable interest in excess of the homestead exemption, shall be the value on the date of the petition in bankruptcy, whether the value is determined in the bankruptcy proceedings or not, or on the date the conveyance becomes effective, whichever shall first occur. However, with respect to judgments not discharged in the bankruptcy, or entered against the owner after discharge, the value on the effective date of conveyance shall be controlling.
(5) Except as provided in subsection (7) of this section, no homestead that is the actual abode of and occupied by the judgment debtor, or that is the actual abode of and occupied by a spouse, dependent parent or dependent child of the judgment debtor, shall be sold on execution to satisfy a judgment that at the time of entry does not exceed $3,000. However, such judgment shall remain a lien upon the real property, and the property may be sold on execution:

(a) At any time after the sale of the property by the judgment debtor; and
(b) At any time after the property is no longer the actual abode of and occupied by the judgment debtor or the spouse, dependent parent or dependent child of the judgment debtor.

(6) The limitation on execution sales imposed by subsection (5) of this section is not impaired by temporary removal or temporary absence with the intention to reoccupy the property as a homestead.
(7) The limitation on execution sales imposed by subsection (5) of this section does not apply if two or more judgments are owing to a single judgment creditor and the total amount owing to the judgment creditor, determined by adding the amount of each individual judgment as of the date the judgment was entered, is greater than $3,000.
(8) Upon the issuance of an order authorizing sale as required by ORS 18.904, and in conformance with subsection (5) of this section, the sheriff may proceed to sell the property. If the homestead exemption applies, the sheriff shall pay the homestead owner out of the proceeds the sum of $40,000 or $50,000, whichever is applicable, and apply the balance of the proceeds on the execution. However, no sale shall be made where the homestead exemption applies unless the sum bid for the homestead is in excess of the sum of the costs of sale and $40,000 or $50,000, whichever is applicable. If no such bid is received, the expense of the sale shall be borne by the petitioner.
(9) The homestead exemption provided by this section applies to a purchaser’s interest under a land sale contract, as defined by ORS 18.960.
(10) The homestead exemption provided by this section applies to:

(a) A floating home, as defined by ORS 830.700; and
(b) A manufactured dwelling, as defined by ORS 446.003.
18.402 Limitations on homestead exemption.
The homestead mentioned in ORS 18.395 shall consist, when not located in any town or city laid off into blocks and lots, of any quantity of land not exceeding 160 acres, and when located in any such town or city, of any quantity of land not exceeding one block. However, a homestead under this section shall not exceed in value the sum of $40,000 or $50,000, whichever amount is applicable under ORS 18.395 (1).

18.345 Exempt personal property generally.

(1) All property, including franchises, or rights or interest therein, of the judgment debtor, shall be liable to an execution, except as provided in this section and in other statutes granting exemptions from execution. The following property, or rights or interest therein of the judgment debtor, except as provided in ORS 18.305, shall be exempt from execution:

(a) Books, pictures and musical instruments to the value of $600.
(b) Wearing apparel, jewelry and other personal items to the value of $1,800.
(c) The tools, implements, apparatus, team, harness or library, necessary to enable the judgment debtor to carry on the trade, occupation or profession by which the judgment debtor habitually earns a living, to the value of $3,000.
(d) A vehicle to the value of $3,000. As used in this paragraph “vehicle” includes an automobile, truck, trailer, truck and trailer or other motor vehicle.
(e) Domestic animals and poultry kept for family use, to the total value of $1,000 and food sufficient to support such animals and poultry for 60 days.
(f) Household goods, furniture, radios, a television set and utensils all to the total value of $3,000, if the judgment debtor holds the property primarily for the personal, family or household use of the judgment debtor; provisions actually provided for family use and necessary for the support of a householder and family for 60 days and also 60 days’ supply of fuel.
(g) All property of the state or any county or incorporated city therein, or of any other public or municipal corporation of like character.
(h) All professionally prescribed health aids for the debtor or a dependent of the debtor.
(i) Spousal support, child support, or separate maintenance to the extent reasonably necessary for the support of the debtor and any dependent of the debtor.
(j) The debtor’s right to receive, or property that is traceable to, an award under any crime victim reparation law.
(k) The debtor’s right to receive, or property that is traceable to, a payment or payments, not to exceed a total of $10,000, on account of personal bodily injury of the debtor or an individual of whom the debtor is a dependent.
(l) The debtor’s right to receive, or property that is traceable to, a payment in compensation of loss of future earnings of the debtor or an individual of whom the debtor is or was a dependent, to the extent reasonably necessary for the support of the debtor and any dependent of the debtor.
(m) Veterans’ benefits and loans.
(n) The debtor’s right to receive an earned income tax credit under the federal tax laws and any moneys that are traceable to a payment of an earned income tax credit under the federal tax laws.The debtor’s interest, not to exceed $400 in value, in any personal property. However, this exemption may not be used to increase the amount of any other exemption.

(2) If the property claimed by the judgment debtor as exempt is adjudicated by the court out of which the execution issued to be of a value in excess of that allowed by the appropriate paragraph of subsection (1) of this section, the officer seizing the property shall proceed to sell such property. Out of the proceeds of such sale, the officer shall deduct costs of sale and shall pay to the judgment debtor an amount equivalent to the value declared to be exempt by any of the paragraphs of subsection (1) of this section and shall apply the balance of the proceeds of sale on the execution. A sale may not be made under such execution unless the highest bid made exceeds the appropriate exemption claimed and allowed plus costs of sale. If no bid is received in excess of the value allowed by the appropriate paragraph of subsection (1) of this section, the costs of sale shall be borne by the judgment creditor.
(3) If two or more members of a household are joint judgment debtors, each judgment debtor shall be entitled to claim the exemptions in subsection (1)(a), (b), (c), (d) and (o) of this section in the same or different properties. The exemptions provided by subsection (1)(a), (b), (c), (d), (j), (k) and (o) of this section, when claimed for jointly owned property, may be combined at the option of the debtors.
(4) Notwithstanding any other provision of law except ORS 657.855, if a writ of garnishment or other execution is issued to collect past due support as defined in ORS 18.600, 75 percent of unemployment compensation benefits, workers’ compensation benefits and other benefits paid to the debtor by the United States, by the state or by a political subdivision of the state are exempt. The exemption related to unemployment compensation benefits provided by this subsection is subject to ORS 657.855. The exemption provided by this subsection applies without regard to whether the payment is made on a periodic basis or in a lump sum, including any lump sum payable pursuant to a settlement or judgment. Notwithstanding subsection (1)(k) of this section, if a payment is made under a settlement or judgment on account of personal bodily injury and the garnishment or other execution is issued to collect past due support as defined in ORS 18.600, the lesser of 75 percent of the payment or $7,500 is exempt.

18.348 Certain funds exempt when deposited in account; limitation.

(1) Funds that are exempt from execution under ORS 18.358, 18.385, 238.445, 344.580, 348.863, 407.595, 411.760, 414.095, 655.530, 656.234, 657.855 and 748.207 remain exempt when deposited in an account in a financial institution as long as the exempt funds are reasonably identifiable.
(2) Subsection (1) of this section does not apply to any accumulation of funds greater than $7,500.
(3) All funds that are exempt under federal law remain exempt when deposited in an account in a financial institution as long as the exempt funds are reasonably identifiable.
(4) The application of subsections (1) and (3) of this section is not affected by the commingling of exempt and nonexempt funds in an account. For the purpose of identifying exempt funds in an account, first in, first out accounting principles shall be used.
(5) The provisions of this section do not affect the duties of a garnishee with respect to amounts in accounts that are not subject to garnishment under ORS 18.619.

18.358 Certain retirement plans exempt from execution; exceptions.

(1) As used in this section:

(a) “Beneficiary” means a person for whom retirement plan benefits are provided and their spouse.
(b) “Internal Revenue Code” means the federal Internal Revenue Code as amended and in effect on December
(c) “Permitted contribution” means:

(A) A contribution that, at the time of the contribution, is not taxable income to the beneficiary and, if the sponsor is a taxable entity, is tax deductible to the sponsor;
(B) A nondeductible contribution by a beneficiary to a retirement plan to the extent that the contribution is permitted to be made under the Internal Revenue Code;
(C) A deductible or nondeductible contribution to an individual retirement account to the extent the contribution is not subject to federal excise tax as an excess contribution; (D) A contribution, pursuant to a rollover or transfer, from one retirement plan to another, to the extent the federal tax deferred status is preserved at such time;
(E) A rollover from an individual retirement account described in section 408 of the Internal Revenue Code to an individual retirement account described in section 408A of the Internal Revenue Code; and
(F) Any earnings under a retirement plan which are attributable to a contribution described in subparagraphs (A) to (E) of this paragraph.
(d) “Retirement plan” means:
(A) A pension plan and trust, including a profit sharing plan, that is described in sections 401(a), 401(c), 401(k), 403 and 457 of the Internal Revenue Code, including that portion attributable to contributions made by or attributable to a beneficiary;
(B) An individual retirement account or annuity, including one that is pursuant to a simplified employee pension, as described in section 408 or 408A of the Internal Revenue Code; and
(C) Any pension not described in subparagraphs (A) and (B) of this paragraph granted to any person in recognition or by reason of a period of employment by or service for the Government of the United States or any state or political subdivision of any state, or any municipality, person, partnership, association or corporation.
(e) “Sponsor” means an individual or entity which establishes a retirement plan.

(2) Subject to the limitations set forth in subsection (3) of this section, a retirement plan shall be conclusively presumed to be a valid spendthrift trust under these statutes and the common law of this state, whether or not the retirement plan is self-settled, and a beneficiary’s interest in a retirement plan shall be exempt, effective without necessity of claim thereof, from execution and all other process, mesne or final.
(3) Notwithstanding subsection (2) of this section:

(a) A contribution to a retirement plan, other than a permitted contribution, shall be subject to ORS 95.200 to 95.310 concerning fraudulent transfers; and
(b) Unless otherwise ordered by a court under ORS 25.387, 75 percent of a beneficiary’s interest in a retirement plan shall be exempt from execution or other process arising out of a support obligation or an order or notice entered or issued under ORS chapter 25, 107, 108, 109, 110, 416, 419B or 419C.
18.362 Exemption for firearms.
Every citizen of this state above the age of 16 years shall be entitled to have, hold and keep, for the own use and defense of the citizen and shall have exempt from execution one rifle or shotgun and one pistol. The combined value of all firearms claimed as exempt under this section may not exceed $1,000.
65.870 Burial lots or space; use, exemption from taxation, execution and liens; lien for purchase price of gravestone.
Burial lots or space for burial of incinerate remains in buildings or grounds sold by a nonprofit corporation organized and existing solely for the purposes of either owning and operating a cemetery or cremating dead bodies and burying and caring for incinerate remains shall be for the sole purpose of interment or deposit and safekeeping of incinerate remains. Such lots or space shall be exempt from execution, attachment or other lien or process, if used as intended by the purchaser thereof from such corporation, or the assigns or representatives of the purchaser, exclusively for burial purposes, and in no wise with a view to profit. Such lots or space shall be exempt from taxation as provided in ORS 307.150. The vendor of any gravestone, however, shall not be prevented from having and enforcing a lien thereon for all or part of its purchase price. If a suit is brought to enforce such a lien, the judgment therein is enforceable thereafter; and, for the purpose of enabling the lien to be had and enforced, the gravestone shall be deemed personal property and may be severed and removed, under execution and order of sale, from the lot where it is situated and may be sold in the same manner as any other personal property.
87.075 Exemption of building materials from attachment by third persons.
When a person furnishes or procures materials for use in the construction of an improvement, those materials are not subject to attachment, execution or other legal process to enforce any debt due by the purchaser of the materials, except a debt due for the purchase money thereof, so long as in good faith the materials are about to be applied to the construction of the improvement.
237.980 Rights and moneys exempt from taxation, execution and bankruptcy and are unassignable.
During the entire period of liquidation of the Public Employees Retirement System, the right of a person to a pension, annuity or a retirement allowance, to the return of contributions upon separation from service with a public employer, the refund of contributions authorized by ORS 237.976, the payment of annuity, or retirement allowance itself, any optional benefit or death benefit, or any right accrued or accruing to any person under the provisions of the repealed Public Employes’ Retirement Act [chapter 401, Oregon Laws 1945] or ORS 237.412 to 237.418 or 237.950 to 237.980, shall be exempt from all state, county and municipal taxes, and shall not be subject to execution, garnishment, attachment or any other process or to the operation of any bankruptcy or insolvency law, and shall not be assignable.

238.445 Benefits exempt from execution, bankruptcy and certain taxes; exceptions. (Public Employees)

(1) Except as provided in this section, the right of a person to a pension, an annuity or a retirement allowance, to the return of contribution, the pension, annuity or retirement allowance itself, any optional benefit or death benefit, or any other right accrued or accruing to any person under the provisions of this chapter or ORS chapter 238A, and the money in the various funds created by ORS 238.660 and 238.670, shall be exempt from garnishment and all state, county and municipal taxes heretofore or hereafter imposed, except as provided under ORS chapter 118, shall not be subject to execution, garnishment, attachment or any other process or to the operation of any bankruptcy or insolvency law heretofore or hereafter existing or enacted, and shall be unassignable.
(2) Subsection (1) of this section does not apply to state personal income taxation of amounts paid under this chapter and ORS chapter 238A.
(3) Unless otherwise ordered by a court under ORS 25.387, the exemption from execution or other process granted under this section applies to 75 percent of amounts paid under this chapter and ORS chapter 238A if the execution or other process is issued for a support obligation or an order or notice entered or issued under ORS chapter 25, 107, 108, 109, 110, 416, 419B or 419C.
344.580 Payments exempt from process. Any payments made to an individual with an occupational handicap as maintenance under ORS 344.511 to 344.690 and 344.710 to 344.730 shall not be transferable or assignable at law or in equity. None of the money payable under ORS 344.511 to 344.690 and 344.710 to 344.730 shall be subject to execution, levy, attachment, garnishment or other legal process or to the operation of any bankruptcy or insolvency law.
407.595 Loans not subject to execution or assignment. (Veterans’ Benefits and Loans)
No right, payment or proceeds of any loan made under ORS 407.125 or statutes supplementary thereof shall be subject to garnishment, attachment or execution or the claim of any creditor; nor shall any such right or payment be capable of assignment except as may be necessary for completion of any loan applied for and then only under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
411.760 Assistance grants are inalienable. (Aid to Blind, Disabled, Aged, and General Assistance)
All moneys granted under the provisions of ORS 411.060, 411.070, 411.706 and 411.710 to 411.730 are inalienable by any assignment or transfer and are exempt from garnishment, levy or execution under the laws of this state.
414.095 Exemptions applicable to payments.
Neither medical assistance nor amounts payable to vendors out of public assistance funds are transferable or assignable at law or in equity and none of the money paid or payable under the provisions of this chapter is subject to execution, levy, attachment, garnishment or other legal process.

471.292 Characteristics of license.

(1) A license granted under the Liquor Control Act or the Oregon Distilled Liquor Control Act shall:

(a) Be a purely personal privilege.
(b) Be valid for the period stated in the license.
(c) Be renewable in the manner provided in ORS 471.311, except for a cause which would be grounds for refusal to issue such license under ORS 471.313.
(d) Be revocable or suspendible as provided in ORS 471.315.
(e) Be transferable from the place for which the license was originally issued to another location subject to the provisions of the Liquor Control Act, the Oregon Distilled Liquor Control Act, any rules of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission and any municipal ordinance or local regulation.
(f) Cease upon the death of the licensee, except as provided in subsection (2) of this section.
(g) Not constitute property.
(h) Not be alienable.
(i) Not be subject to attachment or execution.
(j) Not descend by the laws of testate or intestate devolution.

(2) The commission may, by order, provide for the manner and conditions under which:

(a) Alcoholic liquors left by any deceased, insolvent or bankrupt person or licensee, or subject to a security interest, may be foreclosed, sold under execution or otherwise disposed of.
(b) The business of any deceased, insolvent or bankrupt licensee may be operated for a reasonable period following the death, insolvency or bankruptcy.
(c) A business licensed pursuant to this chapter subject to a security interest may be continued in business by a secured party as defined in ORS 79.0102 for a reasonable period after default on the indebtedness by the debtor.
(d) A license granted under this chapter may be transferred from the place for which the license was originally issued to another location.
655.530 Assignment of benefits under ORS 655.505 to 655.555. (Injured Inmates)
No benefits payable under ORS 655.505 to 655.555 are subject to assignment prior to their receipt by the person entitled thereto, nor shall they pass by operation of law. These benefits and the right to receive them are also exempt from seizure on execution, attachment or garnishment, or by the process of any court.

656.234 Compensation not assignable nor to pass by operation of law; certain benefits subject to support obligations.

(1) No moneys payable under this chapter on account of injuries or death are subject to assignment prior to their receipt by the beneficiary entitled thereto, nor shall they pass by operation of law. All such moneys and the right to receive them are exempt from seizure on execution, attachment or garnishment, or by the process of any court.
(2) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section:

(a) Moneys payable under ORS 656.210 and 656.212 are subject to an order to enforce child support obligations, and spousal support when there is a current support obligation for a joint child of the obligated parent and the person to whom spousal support is owed, under ORS 25.378; and
(b) Moneys payable under ORS 656.206, 656.214, 656.236 and 656.289 (4) are subject to an order to enforce child support obligations under ORS 25.378.

(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of ORS 25.378 and 25.414, the amount of child support obligation subject to enforcement may not exceed:

(a) One-fourth of moneys paid under ORS 656.210 and 656.212 or the amount of the current support to be paid as continuing support, whichever is less, or, if there is no current support obligation and the withholding is for arrearages only, 15 percent of the moneys paid under ORS 656.210 and 656.212 or the amount previously paid as current support, whichever is less;
(b) One-fourth of moneys paid in a lump sum award under ORS 656.210 and 656.212 when the award becomes final by operation of law or waiver of the right to appeal its adequacy;
(c) One-fourth of moneys paid under ORS 656.206, 656.214 and 656.236; or
(d) One-fourth of the net proceeds paid to the worker in a disputed claim settlement under ORS 656.289 (4).

(4) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, when withholding is only for arrearages assigned to this or another state, the Department of Justice may set a lesser amount to be withheld if the obligor demonstrates the withholding is prejudicial to the obligor’s ability to provide for a child the obligor has a duty to support.

657.855 Benefits not assignable; waiver of rights invalid. (Unemployment Compensation)

(1) Except as provided in this section, benefits due under this chapter may not be assigned, pledged, encumbered, released or commuted and shall, except as otherwise provided in this chapter, be exempt from all claims of creditors and from levy, execution and attachment or remedy for recovery or collection of a debt, which exemption may not be waived. No agreement by an individual to waive the individual’s rights under this chapter is valid.
(2) The exemption from execution or other process granted under this section applies to only 75 percent of benefits payable under this chapter if the execution or other process is issued for a child support obligation or an order or notice entered pursuant to ORS chapter 25, 107, 108, 109, 110, 416, 419B or 419C and the child support obligation or the order or notice is being enforced pursuant to a plan approved under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act.

743.046 Exemption of proceeds of individual life insurance other than annuities.

(1) When a policy of insurance is effected by any person on any person’s own life or on another life in favor of some person other than that person having an insurable interest in the life insured, the lawful beneficiary thereof, other than that person or that person’s legal representative, is entitled to its proceeds against the creditors or representatives of the person effecting the policy.
(2) The person to whom a policy of life insurance is made payable may maintain an action thereon in the person’s own name.
(3) A policy of life insurance payable to a beneficiary other than the estate of the insured, having by its terms a cash surrender value available to the insured, is exempt from execution issued from any court in this state and in the event of bankruptcy of such insured is exempt from all demands in legal proceeding under such bankruptcy.
(4) Subject to the statute of limitations, the amount of any premiums paid in fraud of creditors for such insurance, with interest thereon, shall inure to their benefit from the proceeds of the policy. The insurer issuing the policy shall be discharged of all liability thereon by payment of its proceeds in accordance with its terms unless, before such payment, the insurer has received at its home office written notice by or in behalf of some creditor, with specifications of the amount claimed, claiming to recover for certain premiums paid in fraud of creditors.
(5) The insured under any policy within this section shall not be denied the right to change the beneficiary when such right is expressly reserved in the policy.
(6) This section does not apply to annuity policies.

743.047 Exemption of proceeds of group life insurance.

(1) A policy of group life insurance or the proceeds thereof payable to a person or persons other than the individual insured or the individual’s estate shall be exempt from debts and claims of creditors or representatives of the individual insured and, in the event of bankruptcy of the individual insured, from all demands in legal proceedings under such bankruptcy.
(2) The provisions of subsection (1) of this section do not apply to group life insurance issued to a creditor covering the creditor’s debtors to the extent that such proceeds are applied to payment of the obligation for the purpose of which the insurance was so issued.

743.049 Exemption of proceeds of annuity policies; assignability of rights.

(1) The benefits, rights, privileges and options which are due or prospectively due an annuitant under any annuity policy issued before, on or after June 8, 1967, shall not be subject to execution, nor shall the annuitant be compelled to exercise any such rights, powers or options, nor shall creditors be allowed to interfere with or terminate the policy, except:

(a) As to amounts paid for or as premium on any such annuity with intent to defraud creditors, with interest thereon, and of which the creditor has given the insurer written notice at its home office prior to the making of the payments to the annuitant out of which the creditor seeks to recover. Any such notice shall specify the amount claimed or such facts as will enable the insurer to ascertain such amount, and shall set forth such facts as will enable the insurer to ascertain the annuity policy, the annuitant and the payments sought to be avoided on the ground of fraud.
(b) The total exemption of benefits presently due and payable to any annuitant periodically or at stated times under all annuity policies under which the person is an annuitant shall not at any time exceed $500 per month for the length of time represented by such installments. Such periodic payments in excess of $500 per month shall be subject to garnishee execution to the same extent as are wages and salaries.
(c) If the total benefits presently due and payable to any annuitant under all annuity policies under which the person is an annuitant shall at any time exceed payment at the rate of $500 per month, the court may order such annuitant to pay to a judgment creditor or apply on the judgment, in installments, the portion of such excess benefits as to the court may appear just and proper, after due regard for the reasonable requirements of the judgment debtor and family, if dependent upon the judgment debtor, as well as any payments required to be made by the annuitant to other creditors under prior court orders.

(2) If the policy so provides, the benefits, rights, privileges or options accruing under the policy to a beneficiary or assignee shall not be transferable nor subject to commutation, and if the benefits are payable periodically or at stated times, the same exemptions and exceptions contained in this section for the annuitant shall apply with respect to such beneficiary or assignee.

743.050 Exemption of proceeds of health insurance. Except as may otherwise be expressly provided by the policy, the proceeds or avails of all health insurance policies and of provisions providing benefits on account of the insured’s disability which are supplemental to life insurance policies, issued before, on or after June 8, 1967, shall be exempt from all liability for any debt of the insured, and from any debt of the beneficiary existing at the time the proceeds are made available for the use of the beneficiary.
748.207 Benefits exempt from execution. No money or other benefit, charity, relief or aid to be paid, provided or rendered by any society, shall be liable to attachment, garnishment or other process, or to be seized, taken, appropriated or applied by any legal or equitable process or operation of law to pay any debt or liability of a member or beneficiary, or any other person who may have a right thereunder, either before or after payment by the society.
Note: While this reference information is current as of August 2010, it may not reflect the most up-to-date exemption figures on official state of Oregon bankruptcy court statutes.

Back to State of Oregon bankruptcy exemptions summary
Back to Exemptions by State

*The use of partners trademarks are not intended to imply endorsement of these products.

 

 

Ready to Start? Call us at 1(888)214-7773