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Can I Keep My Home If I File Bankruptcy in North Dakota?

North Dakota exempts $80,000 worth of accumulated equity in a primary residence from unsecured creditors during bankruptcy proceedings. Therefore, if a homeowner has about $80,000 or less in home equity and can continue making regular mortgage payments then the homeowner is not likely to lose his or her home.

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