Laws.com legal forms guide. This video tutorial will assist you in the process of accessing and completing form B-6C Schedule C. - Form B-6C Schedule C lists all property claimed as exempt under your bankruptcy filing. It is complementary to other forms detailing your possession of real and personal property. - Filing form B-6C will require completion of additional forms related to your bankruptcy filing. - Bankruptcy is a legal classification for individuals or entities considered financially insolvent, with debt outweighing asset value. - To access form B-6C Schedule C, you must furnish property claimed as exempt, along with any supplemental forms required by your jurisdictional bankruptcy court. - The filing process for form B-6C Schedule C involves providing basic information such as name and case number. - You will then enter the type of exemptions you are entitled to, either under 11 USC 522B(2) or 11 USC 522B(3). You may also claim a homestead exemption exceeding $146,000. - The form consists of four columns requesting information about exempt property description, specific laws warranting exemption, value of claimed exemption, and current property value after deductions for exemption. - For more videos, visit laws.com.