pre-bankruptcy planning
pre-bankruptcy planning
The transmutation of a debtor's property in an effort to maximize the benefits afforded by the exemption statutes. Prebankruptcy planning typically includes converting nonexempt assets into exempt assets (SA-Bankruptcy.com)

The arrangement (or rearrangement) of a debtor's property to allow the debtor to take maximum advantage of exemptions. (Prebankruptcy planning typically includes converting nonexempt assets into exempt assets.) (BankruptcyAction.com)

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