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== == The answer to your question depends upon the law in your state. If an individual files for bankruptcy most assets of the individual may be sold or otherwise disposed of in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in to partially satisfy the debts of the individual. While an interest in an LLC is an asset of the individual, many states have statutes within their LLC Act which provide that an LLC interest may not be taken outright by a creditor, but rather a charging order will be issued. Typically this means that the individual who is the holder of the LLC interest will continue to be a member of the LLC and will continue to vote the LLC interest; however, any distributions which are made by the LLC to the individual would be paid to the creditor or creditors rather than to the individual due to the charging order.

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Q: If you have an LLC and file chapter 7 can they take your part of the LLC?
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