Claim of Exemption

An interactive form is available for free to seniors and low income individuals seeking a Claim of Exemption form in Idaho. This form should be completed and filed if you have been sued and the court has signed a judgment determining that you owe the opposing party money.

The information you will need to complete the Claim of Exemption interview includes:

  • Your current full legal name.
  • The county the original case was filed in.
  • The case number.
  • The full legal name of any other defendant.
  • The full legal name of the creditor or business that has sued you.
  • The types of public assistance you currently receive (if any).
  • The types property and assets you currently own that may be exempt.

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Note: You will be taken to our partnering site, “LawHelp Interactive”.

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 If you don’t have all of the required information, you can still use the interactive forms to fill in the information you do have. If you set up a free and confidential user name and password for the interactive forms, you can start your form, save your answers, and finish completing the interactive forms when you have the remaining needed information. Or, you can complete as much of the information as possible, take your forms to your local CAO office, and ask for assistance with filling in the remaining needed information.

To learn more about the project and what to expect when you use the interactive court forms, check out our Frequently Asked Questions page.

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