Can I keep my car and another car that is titled in my name but is in my daughter's possession?

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I live in NE and am planning to file Pro Se. I am claiming the homestead exemption but understand that I cannot use the wildcard exemption if I do this. How do I keep from having to turn over the car that my daughter has in her possession but is titled in my name. I don't see any other provisions other than the wildcard (25-1552) exemption for keeping my daughter's car if I file for the homestead exemption. I am stuck on this part of my bankruptcy. Also, on Schedule C, which law do I check at the top of the form?

Mark J. Markus / Mark J. Markus, Law Offices Of Answered 8 years ago | Contributor
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