NRS 21.090 Property Exempt from Execution
- Private libraries, art, instruments, and jewelry (Up to $5,000) and all family keepsakes (example: wedding ring)
- Household goods, furnishings, clothing, electronics (Up to $12,000)
- One vehicle (equity up to $15,000)
- 75 percent of disposable income (disposable income is defined as income after deductions).
- One firearm
- Life Insurance benefits
- Home (up to $550,000)
- Rental security deposit
- Any prosthesis or medical devices
- Funds (up to $500,000), if obtained through:
- Pension Plan
- Cash Deferment (examples: cafeteria plan or health care flexible spending account)
- Stock bonus, pension or profit-sharing plan
- 529 College Saving Plans (unless the money is deposited after the entry of a judgment)
- Child support payments
- Alimony payments
- Personal Injury Compensation (up to $16,150, but not including pain and suffering or actual pecuniary losses)
- Payment received for wrongful death
- Social Security payments
- Money, stocks, bonds, or other funds (up to $1,000)
- Tax refund that is from the Earned Income Credit (benefit for certain people who work and have low to moderate wages. A tax credit means more money in your pocket. It reduces the amount of tax you owe and may also give you a refund.)
- Money for funeral or burial services
- Unemployment compensation
- Benefits from Public Employee`s Retirement System
- Public assistance funds
- Child welfare assistance from a governmental entity
To see an entire list of exempt assets see NRS 21.090.
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