|Oregon Asset Protection Summary
The exemption ranges from $30,000 to $39,000.
The Homestead exemption is $30,000; for two or more debtors, the combined exemption shall not exceed $39,600. The Homestead must be the actual abode, occupied by the owner’s spouse, parent, or child. (Title 18 § 395) To see this statute, click here.
Life Insurance and Annuities
Proceeds (death benefit) from a policy of life insurance are exempt if for the benefit of someone other than the insured. To see this statute, click here.
Group life insurance policies and the proceeds payable from such policy are exempt. To see this statute, click here.
Benefits, rights, privileges, and options under an annuity policy are exempt except, the total exempted benefits shall not exceed $500 per month. To see this statute, click here.
ERISA qualified benefits are exempt. To see this statute, click here.
Proceeds and avails of health insurance policies providing benefits on account of insured’s disability are exempt. To see this statute, click here.
As a transferee of a partner or a judgment creditor’s exclusive remedy a charging order may placed on the debtor-partner’s partnership interest. The charging order constitutes a lien on the debtor-partner’s transferable interest in the partnership. To view this statute, click here.
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