if I have a 401k of around 100k, will my creditors get part of this in either a ch 7 or ch 13 in ohio?
Asked on 1/29/10, 1:50 pm
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David Michael Benson Benson Law Firm
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Most probably not. With very limited exceptions, 401(k)s are exempt assets in bankruptcy in the state of Ohio.
Answered on 2/04/10, 7:58 am
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