If I File for Bankruptcy Can I Keep My House?

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Bankruptcy filers are usually always worried about whether they can keep their house and file for bankruptcy relief. The answer depends on the state where the debtors reside. Most filers in Kansas are allowed to keep their homestead without any applicable cap as long as some requirements are met. In Missouri, there can be an issue with debtors' residences due to a low monetary limit.

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